More than 100 local officials from both Kansas and Missouri gathered Saturday morning to discuss ways to combat climate change on the local and regional level. 'This is by far the largest collection of elected officials that are addressing climate change, climate disruption and global warming that I've seen in my time here," said Brian Alferman, sustainability manager of Johnson County, Kansas.
Saturday, December 08, 2018
KANSAS CITY SAVES THE PLANET?!?!
Local conversation on a controversial topic and the fate over the world confronting the greatest threat humanity has ever faced OR fake news invented by the Chinese government according to our MAGA friends. You decide . . .