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Are you feeling anxious about climate change?

If you are sad, angry or fearful about climate change, you are not alone, according to the initial results of a recent study on climate change anxiety among environmentally engaged people.

The Focus Group Investigation of Climate Change Anxiety Among Environmental Activists was conducted in 2020 by the University of Kansas Department of Psychology and The […]

Give a little love (& a tree) this Valentine’s Day

If you’re looking for a unique way to show your love this Valentine’s Day, here are a few gift ideas that will live well beyond a bouquet of roses – and give a little love to the planet, too.

For many, Valentine’s Day is a time for giving bouquets. The National Retail Federation estimates Americans will […]

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 […]

Start your garden now with “winter sowing”

Even in the bitter cold months of winter, you can start planting your spring garden outside using these ideas for homemade, mini greenhouses made from recycled containers.

Winter sowing is a method of starting seeds early in tiny greenhouses made from empty milk jugs. The process is inexpensive, uses recycled materials, requires no electricity, produces healthier […]