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Meet a Green Commute Challenge bus rider

When Connie Baldwin got tired of fighting traffic on her commute to work, she decided it was time to try the bus. Six years later, she shares her story of using public transportation as part of our series on the Green Commute Challenge in Kansas City.

The Green Commute Challenge is a friendly competition designed to reduce emissions in […]

Apply to become a Climate Reality Leader

Do you want to learn more about climate change and become a leader in educating others? Apply now for the next Climate Reality Project Leadership Corps training scheduled for August 2-4 in Minneapolis – St. Paul, MN.

The Climate Reality Leadership Corps is a global network of advocates trained to talk about the impacts of climate […]

Get competitive in Green Commute Challenge

Join Kansas City’s effort to improve air quality this summer by competing in the Green Commute Challenge to reduce emissions. Ride a bus, streetcar or scooter, bike, carpool, walk or telecommute to work.

For the next three weeks, Greenability Weekly will partner with RideshareKC and Mid-America Regional Council to feature participants who bike, ride the bus and carpool. We’ll […]

Nominate neighbors for a green award

Is your Kansas City neighborhood working on a community garden, recycling projects, energy efficiency, repurposing vacant lots or other Earth-friendly projects?

The city of Kansas City, MO is calling for nominations for its KC Green Neighborhood Recognition Program. As part of the city’s KC Green initiative, this program recognizes neighborhoods that have implemented sustainable practices.

Registered neighborhoods can […]

Join cyclists for KC Bike Month events

Get ready to ride during KC Bike Month in May, and join Kansas City cyclists as they bike to a brewery tour, drive-in movie, school and work.

The 63rd annual National Bike Month is celebrated with events and bike rides across the country. Cycling events in Kansas City include:

National Bike to School Day

Wednesday, May 8

Thousands of […]