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Get a free e-bike or scooter ride with app

Try out the new Drop Mobility app and get a free RideKC e-bike or scooter rental around Kansas City.

The new bikes have electric-assist, which makes them easy to ride on hills. The wide-based, electric-powered scooters were built to offer better stability.

The new Drop Mobility app is available from the App Store or Google Play. If you like the […]

Try 7 easy ways to green your dorm room

Want to make your life on campus more eco-friendly? Stand up for our climate with these simple tricks to conserve power, water, and food.

Shower shoes? Check. Extra-long sheets? Yep. Energy efficiency checklist? No worries—we’ve got you covered there. If you’re one of the nation’s 12.1 million full-time undergraduate college students, you no doubt have a […]

Play the Ready, Set, Sort! recycling game

You can learn the basics about what’s recyclable with the new Ready, Set, Sort! recycling game developed by the city of Olathe, KS.

Although developed for Olathe residents, this free game can teach many of the basic rules of handling recycling, trash and household hazardous waste. During the game, players must sort everyday materials into the correct […]

Learn about Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act

Tony Schmidt, Kansas coordinator for Citizens Climate Lobby, will explain the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act at a free Bipartisan Climate Solution in Congress presentation.

The Sustainable Sanctuary Coalition of KC and Village Church Environmental Action Committee are sponsoring the event from 7 – 8:30 p.m. on Monday, August 5 at Village Church, 6641 Mission, Prairie Village, […]

Clean energy jobs increase by 4.2% in Missouri

More than 55,000 Missourians now work in clean energy industries, an increase of 1,562 jobs in 2018, according to a new analysis of energy jobs data from Clean Energy Trust (CET) and the national, nonpartisan business group E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs).

Overall, Missouri now employs 55,869 workers in clean energy, which is 48,174 more workers than fossil […]