About the Environmental Commission

Established in 1971 by municipal ordinance, the Bloomington Environmental Commission (EC) is an advisory body composed of Bloomington citizens appointed by the Mayor and Common Council.

Mission

The mission of the Environmental Commission is to advise the City of Bloomington on how its actions and policies may preserve and enhance the quality of Bloomington's environment, including the life-supporting processes that natural ecological systems provide to humans and other organisms.

The EC actively participates in the city planning process; researches and reports on environmental topics; develops educational outreach activities and materials; responds to inquiries from residents; and coordinates with other municipal boards and commissions and other organizations on issues of mutual interest.

Statutory Authority: BMC 2.12.050

Members

Appointee Appointed By Term Expiration Date
Carrie Albright Common Council 1/31/2016
Sean Gorman Common Council 1/31/2016
Dedaimia Whitney Common Council 1/31/2016
Norm Crampton Common Council 1/31/2016
Andrew Carty Common Council 1/31/2016
Vacancy Common Council
Chaim Julian Mayor 1/31/2016
Diane Jung Mayor 1/31/2016
Deborah Myerson Mayor 1/31/2016
Kriste Lindberg Mayor 1/31/2015
Michael Litwin Mayor 1/31/2015
Vacancy Mayor

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Contact Info

For more information concerning the Environmental Commission, its programs, or activities, please please call the Planning and Transportation Department at (812) 349-3423 or address your inquiries to environment@bloomington.in.gov.

To subscribe to the Bloomington Commission on Sustainability's Sustainability Newsletter listserv, e-mail sustainability+subscribe@bloomington.in.gov; to unsubscribe to this listserv, e-mail sustainability+unsubscribe@bloomington.in.gov.

Reports and Resources

Bloomington Environmental Quality Indicators (BEQI) Report: Learn about trends affecting the local environment in the BEQI Report, the EC's main environmental monitoring initiative.

Green Building Methods: Green building methods help create happier, healthier, more sustainable communities.

Releases of toxic substances in Bloomington are described in the 2011 Toxics Report (PDF 1.92 MB) and in the accompanying appendix of oversized tables.

Other environmental topics in Bloomington: