A Penny Shared is a Penny Used to Lift Energy Burdens in Memphis

More often than not, Memphians rely on each other in the face of a challenge, so it’s only appropriate that now, when other options are unavailable in the short-term, Memphians are turning to each other to help lift unnecessarily high energy burdens that are contributing to an intergenerational cycle of poverty. The Share the Pennies program, which came out of a community-driven effort to find relief for burdened communities, is betting that Memphians will once again come to each other’s aid in the short-term, as we continue to fight for long-term solutions from sources outside our communities.

Memphis Sustainable Schools Challenge Ends its First Year

Last month, the Shelby County Schools Sustainable Schools Challenge (SSC) held its first annual awards ceremony at the Memphis Botanic Garden to recognize and celebrate the outstanding work of students, teachers, and administrators who participated in the first city wide school sustainability initiative. SACE’s Memphis Energy Organizer, Sandra Upchurch, was part of the SSC steering [...]