Monday, September 16, 2019
TKC MUST SEE!!! KANSAS CITY CLIMATE CHANGE CULTURE WAR REVEALED?!?
Right now temperatures are above average and looking to heat up throughout the week.
Of course, because hottie Marissa Miller is only 41 and still deserves to book more gigs . . . Now is the time to panic . . .
ON THE LAST DAY OF SUMMER WE ASK: IS KANSAS CITY SUFFERING FROM GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE?!?!
Turns out, even the weather is part of the culture ware if we're to believe content supported by viewers like you:
Climate Change’s Serious Effects On Kansas Citians Disproportionately Affect The Poor
Poor residents (and senior citizens on fixed incomes) will be less able to afford the higher electric bills that come from running the air conditioning more during hotter summers.
One estimate from the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) predicts that by the end of the century Kansas City could experience as many as 62 days a year where the temperature exceeds 105 degrees Fahrenheit “if we continue along our current emissions trajectory.” Our historical average is four days per year, according to UCS.
In some of the more affluent KC neighborhoods, energy costs account for as little as 1% of household income. But for the worst off in the KC metro area, energy costs account for 8% of household income, according to data from the U.S. Department of Energy.
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