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Hear local experts discuss climate issues

Civic leaders throughout the metro area are working on climate issues and have created free videos for the public on topics ranging from energy to food waste.

Tap into these Climate Conversations video interviews with local experts on the Climate Action KC website to learn about these issues:

Access: Julie Sayers from Climate Action KC […]

New apartments cut energy costs by 92 percent

The world’s largest Passive House Institute certified project opens in August with 282 luxury apartments that will operate on 92-percent less energy than comparable buildings.

Second + Delaware apartments in the Kansas City’s River Market area were designed to be highly energy efficient for low-cost heating and cooling. The triple-glazed windows and 16-inch walls help the […]

Hop on your bike for KC Bike Month

In the days of COVID-19, bicycling has become even more popular with adults and children as a way to get outside, get some exercise and have an adventure, while safely distancing. May is (still) Bike Month, but like everything else these days, there are a few adjustments to some of the group events locally and […]

50 ways to celebrate Earth Day, beginning today

Even when we can’t celebrate together, local Earth Day organizers have found 50 ways to take big and small actions for the planet on this 50th anniversary of Earth Day.

Thanks to Bridging the Gap, City of Kansas City, MO Office of Environmental Quality, KCMO Parks & Recreation, Heartland Conservation Alliance, Kansas Chapter of Sierra Club, […]

Stay active with free bike & scooter rides

Although many employees aren’t dealing with a daily commute, staying active is critical now more than ever for both mental and physical health, as well as productivity.

During the coronavirus pandemic, RideKC Bike & Scooter is offering free 20-minute rentals. So, take an active lunch break, and grab some fresh air. Bikes are sanitized daily, but […]