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Get free tickets to An Inconvenient Sequel

Indivisible KC is hosting a free screening of the new documentary, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power on Wednesday, August 9, as one of 14 free screenings being held in cities nationwide.

The sequel to An Inconvenient Truth follows a decade of former Vice President Al Gore’s efforts to educate individuals on climate change and to […]

What are the top-ranked, eco-friendly vehicles?

When it’s time to replace your old car, check out this Kelley Blue Book list of the 2017 best eco-friendly hybrid, electric and plug-in electric vehicles on the market for under $40,000.

Each year, Kelley Blue Book (KBB) ranks vehicles and helps consumers determine pricing for used vehicles.

“With each new model year there are more ‘green […]

Learn how to plant and care for trees

Arborists and urban foresters will teach residents how to care for trees in a Heartland Alliance Treekeepers class that begins March 28.

The goal of TreeKeepers is to provide a corps of trained volunteers as a resource for local municipalities, school districts and neighborhood associations to lead tree planting, pruning and maintenance projects regionally.

Research shows that […]

Help teens design/build electric vehicles

Minddrive is looking for mentors to help guide teens through automotive design classes for electric vehicles and digital communication skills.

Mentors volunteer to help students learn about problem solving, collaboration and teamwork. They also serve as role models in the innovative process of Minddrive’s projects where students learn how to design and build an electric vehicle, […]

February 7th, 2017|Electric vehicles|0 Comments

Protect our water with these simple doggie doo-doo tips

By Tina Moessner

Did you know that dog poop is a source of urban water pollution? The average dog produces 274 pounds of waste per year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. When left on the ground, it’s not considered a natural “compost,” but is harmful to our waterways.

Dog poop contains possible bacteria and viruses […]

February 17th, 2016|Education, Lawn & Garden, Sustainability, Water, Zero Waste|5 Comments