We hope that you and your loved ones are continuing to stay safe and healthy.
We’ve very judiciously begun advertising not only virtual, but in-person events. Please be sure to check out what protocols these in-person events have in place, in light of the rise of the delta variant and relatively low vaccination rates. If you have not gotten your vaccine shot, please see here. Please learn more about the Coronavirus and measures you can take to stay healthy at our dedicated webpage.
Watch videos of our previous webinars and workshops on the HEC YouTube Channel.
Join Confront the Climate Crisis for a day of advocacy at the Indiana Statehouse.
In 2022, the statewide student-led Confront the Climate Crisis campaign will be introducing 2 pieces of groundbreaking legislation to the Indiana legislature under Senator Ron Alting. Join us to call on our legislators to support this legislation and take climate action now!
Join the Hoosier Environmental Council for the second of our two events for the just begun legislative session. This event will be focused on bills we are watching at the Statehouse this session and specific calls to action. Featuring HEC’s Senior Policy Director Tim Maloney, Manager of Outreach Emily Plunkett, and Senior Outreach Associate Delaney Barber.
This event will be streamed through Facebook live and will be recorded.
Learn about solar energy and its benefits for your home, or small business. We’ll take you through the technology, economics, financing, and more.
You’ll also learn about the solar co-ops we’ve launched:
- Boone County Solar and EV Charger Co-op
- Fort Wayne Solar and EV Charger Co-op
- Hamilton County Solar and EV Charger Co-op
- Indianapolis Solar and EV Charger Co-op
- Northern Indiana Solar and EV Charger Co-op
- The co-op is free to join and members are *not* obligated to buy solar panels.
Co-op members receive:
- a free review of your roof to see if solar panels will work for you
- one-on-one support for all your questions about going solar
- an individualized proposal for solar at a bulk rate
Find out more with no obligations and from the comfort of home. This will be a live presentation so bring your questions about solar and we’ll answer them!
Hosted by Just Transition Northwest Indiana in partnership with the Hoosier Environmental Council, Confront the Climate Crisis, Sunrise Movement Indy, Citizens Action Coalition, the Sierra Club Hoosier Chapter, and Indiana Beyond Coal.
On Wednesday, Jan. 19th at 6:30 PM Central/7:30 PM Eastern Time, join us for a virtual discussion and Q&A about environmental and climate justice legislation in the 2022 Indiana legislative session.
Hosted by the Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce:
Hosted by the Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce. There are both in-person and online options available. Legislators that were invited include:
- Rep. David Abbott
- Rep. Joanna King
- Rep. Doug Miller
- Rep. Curt Nisly
- Rep. Timothy Wesco
- Sen. Blake Doriot
- Sen. Ryan Mishler
- Sen. Linda Rogers
Hosted by the Greater Kokomo Economic Development Alliance:
Hosted by the Greater Kokomo Economic Development Alliance, and sponsored by NIPSCO, Third House Sessions provide a forum for Chamber and community members to discuss pending legislation in the Indiana General Assembly with their elected representatives. During this series of three events, state legislators will address current issues before the General Assembly that impact our community and businesses.
The following state legislators have been invited to attend:
- Mike Karickhoff, House District 30
- Heath VanNatter, House District 38
- Stacey Donato, Senate District 18
- Jim Buck, Senate District 21
Refreshments will be served. Please register in advance.
Hosted by the Leagues of Women Voters of Bloomington-Monroe County and Brown County, the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, and the Brown County Chamber of Commerce. Free and open to the public, to be held via Zoom.
Join the Indiana Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts for their annual conference, held in downtown Indianapolis at the Westin. Here’s more from IASWCD:
“Like many of you, we are looking forward to meeting again in-person. We will take all precautions possible to provide a safe, educational and positive conference experience. Please join us, along with Keynote Speaker Max Armstrong, as we regroup and get inspired with what is happening now and upcoming in conservation in Indiana. Our hope is that this conference will provide a time of valuable networking, spark new ideas and reconnect partners!”
To learn more and to register, click here.