Kentucky Green Schools Caucus
Established in February 2010 by unanimous votes in both the House and the Senate, the Kentucky Green Schools Caucus is fostering important dialogue on green schools in the legislature in a state that is already leading the way through its Kentucky Energy Efficiency Program for Schools (KEEPS) as well as the first “net-zero” energy school in the nation.
KY Representative Jim DeCesare – District 21
Vice-Chair, 2011 National Advisory Council for Green Schools Caucus Initiative; Co-Chair, KY Green Schools Caucus
"I’m excited about how my district has become a national leader in energy efficient green schools, helping us save public funds and provide a healthier learning environment for our kids. Whether you’re a Democrat or Republican, building green is the fiscally smart choice."
For more information on Rep. DeCesare, visit his official website.
KY Representative Mary Lou Marzian – District 34
Co-Chair, KY Green Schools Caucus
"Green schools matter to me and to my constituents not only because they’re creating healthy places for our children to learn and for our teachers to teach – both by saving money – but also because it’s the right thing to do."
Fore more information on Rep. Marzian, visit her official website.