Sorry for the late notice folks, but if you have some extra time this afternoon, be sure to head over to 426 West Bloom Street to catch a bus and learn about environmental issues in Louisville neighborhoods. University of Louisville Professor John Gilderbloom will be leading the tour that starts at 2:45 p.m. sharp.
Here’s some info about today’s tour:
We will explore “invisible Louisville” with a tour of the serious environmental problems Louisville neighborhoods face. It is not pretty. Our tour will show how environmental hazards can kill a neighborhood as well as shorten lives. We will also show you some positive environmental developments in Louisville like the Green Building, projects at UofL and the recent renewal of the Russell neighborhood.
What is Louisville Metro doing about these problems and what can we do? What is Public Health doing about it? Planning and zoning? EPA?
You can find out the answers on the tour. There’s plenty of room on the bus if you would like to attend, but Professor Gilderbloom asks that you RSVP to ensure everyone definitely has a seat. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 502-852-8557.