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Where are the greenest colleges and universities ?

If you’re looking for a green college or university, here’s where you can find campuses with the most substantial sustainability initiatives and the best environmental studies programs.

The ninth annual Princeton Review’s Guide to 399 Green Colleges ranks colleges according to their sustainability efforts and environmental studies programs, and can be accessed for free.

The College of the Atlantic […]

Tour solar homes at more than 800 sites nationwide

More than 800 homes and businesses powered by solar will showcase their energy savings at open houses and tours in 47 states. To find a list of homes and businesses near you, go to National Solar Tour.

The majority of tours will take place Friday, October 4 through Sunday, October 6. Here are some of the tours […]

Get girlfriends together for cycling class

Join the Women Bike KC Initiative and learn how to confidently cycle on urban streets, fix a flat tire and maintain your bike for a safe ride.

BikeWalkKC is hosting two classes to help more women feel confident in cycling in the city.

Women+ Confident City Cyclingis an intensive, hands-on course that covers the state and local […]

Cut energy costs by 20% with free trees

For a limited time, targeted Kansas City, MO residents can qualify for up to two free trees through an Energy-Saving Trees partnership designed to help residents reduce summertime cooling bills.

Bridging the Gap (BTG), KCPL (Evergy), the U.S. Forest Service, and Arbor Day Foundation will be giving away trees from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturday, September 28 […]

Students plan Global Climate Strike

Students around the world will be demanding environmental action on climate change at Global Climate Strikes on Friday, September 20.

Young people are planning the strikes and asking students and adults to join them on September 20 in advance of the UN Emergency Climate Summit that begins September 27. To find a rally near you, go to […]