Mark Steiner with Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light says the group wants to urge a transition to cleaner forms of energy.
“We’ve got some great alternatives out there but they’re not moving forward in Kentucky at very fast of a rate,” he said. “So we’re encouraging that we start to look at solar, wind, hydro and even geothermal as energy sources that can provide jobs and clean energy.”
The march will start on Thursday [20 June] at 6pm at the corner of 3rd and Market, and continue to the Belvedere. Kentucky author, farmer and activist Wendell Berry will speak, along with environmental activist Tim DeChristopher and others.