Metro Kansas City area residents are invited to share feedback on a proposed regional blueprint for climate action that drastically reduces greenhouse gas emissions and supports resiliency from climate-related threats.
Over the past few months, the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) and Climate Action KC have worked to bring together diverse community perspectives and technical expertise to develop a set of goals and actions for a Climate Action Plan.
The plan includes actions for community resilience, energy generation, finance and innovation, food systems, governance, leadership, accountability, green infrastructure and urban greening, healthy/resilient homes and buildings, industry resource management, transportation and land use. It will serve Douglas, Johnson, Leavenworth, Miami and Wyandotte counties in Kansas, and Cass, Clay, Jackson, Platte and Ray counties in Missouri.
During November, community members are invited to provide more feedback on these goals and actions before they are included in the final plan. There are several ways to provide your feedback:
Join a Zoom discussion
Sign up at MARC for one of several one-hour discussions from November 18 -20. Details and meeting resources will be sent in advance of the calls.
Request a special meeting
For organizations or other groups that would like to share feedback in a separate online meeting, email email@example.com.
Provide feedback on Mindmixer
This allows you to see what others are saying. Sign in or sign up at climateactionkc.mindmixer.com.
Send an email