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Is a real or artificial Christmas tree more eco-friendly?

This time of year, the question is almost always asked. Is a real or artificial Christmas tree the most environmentally responsible?

There are many reasons why real Christmas trees are more eco-friendly. Real trees are both a renewable and biodegradable natural resource. On average, it takes about seven years to raise a Christmas tree to marketable […]

Save energy costs with Time of Use Plan

Evergy customers can save on electric energy costs and access more renewable energy with a new Time of Use Plan that encourages shifting energy use to non-peak times.

The new plan is optional and encourages customers to shift their electricity usage away from Evergy’s peak time of 4-8 p.m. to later in the evening, early morning […]

Get a deal on energy-efficient lighting

As we enter the dark days of winter, residents of Missouri can get a discount on energy-efficient LED bulbs through a limited Evergy deal.

Evergy, formerly KCP&L, is offering 12 LED bulbs for $10 to encourage residents to switch to energy-efficient lighting. The online flash sale is available until Friday, December 6 at Evergy.

The Natural Resources […]

Students plan nationwide climate rallies

Students around the country will continue calling for government action on climate change at rallies on Friday, December 6. To find a rally near you, go to Sunrise Movement.

Students are supporting 15 year-old Greta Thunberg who last year sat in front of the Swedish Parliament every school day for three weeks to protest the lack […]

Feast on locally grown food this holiday season

Thanksgiving is the official start of holiday celebrations that are full of good food and family get-togethers. This season, source local food using these resources in cities across the country.

Bringing at least one locally raised or grown food to the table during the season helps your community thrive by supporting local farmers. Compared to store bought food, local […]