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Are you looking for a greener job?

If you’re searching for a job that fosters environmental sustainability and resiliency, check out the new positions listed on the Greenability Job Network.

Recent job openings include a solar panel installer for Astrawatt Solar, a sustainable transportation coordinator for Metropolitan Energy Center, a Clean Cities Program coordinator, a landscape green steward for Bridging The Gap, a […]

Rebuild KC offers neighborhood grants

Could your neighborhood benefit from new trees, a community garden, solar installation or an affordable housing project?

The city of Kansas City just announced a new Rebuild KC Neighborhood Grand program to encourage better neighborhoods with projects that promote affordable housing, sustainable streetscapes, blight elimination, violence prevention, energy efficiency, solar and renewable energy and overall healthy […]

Market to eco-conscious target audience

As your company or organization plans its’ marketing strategies for 2022, look to Greenability for options to reach a targeted environmentally conscious audience.

Each year, Greenability promotes more sustainability events, services and products than any other local news media, reaching an online audience of 15,000 Greenability Weekly subscribers. Eco-friendly products and services help readers live more sustainably with […]

Tell Kansas City how to fight climate change

The city of Kansas City, MO wants to know how climate change is and will impact you and what actions the city should take now to become carbon neutral, equity focused and resilient by 2040.

In 2020, the K.C. City Council passed Resolution 200005 directing the city to update the 2008 Climate Protection Plan to include […]

A community remembers an environmental leader

Dennis Murphey, retired chief environmental officer for Kansas City, MO, led the city’s effort to fight climate change for 13 years, putting Kansas City on the map for its 40-percent reduction in municipal greenhouse gas emissions. He died of COVID-19 on October 27.

Murphey joined the city in 2006 and retired in June 2019. During his tenure, […]