Jim Embry, Sustainable Communities Network
Jim Embry of Lexington is the founder of the Sustainable Communities Network. He is a long-time community activist for social justice and helped found the Good Foods Co-op in Lexington. He served as executive director of the Boggs Center to Nurture Community Leadership in Detroit for four years before returning to Kentucky in 2005. He holds a degree in biology and owned a home renovation business for several years.
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Environmentalist and activist Jim Embry of Lexington discusses sustainable living, which the Sustainable Communities Network defines as the ability to meet the needs of a community without compromising its ability to meet future needs.
Environmentalist and activist Jim Embry, founder of the Sustainable Communities Network in Lexington, discusses sustainable living. Embry helped found the Good Foods Co-op in Lexington.