Thursday, July 02, 2020

Kansas City Resolutions Will Save Planet?!?

A roundup of recent progress that's nonbinding and basically offers further study of a problem that NOBODY agrees about . . . Read more:

City Council passes resolutions setting long-term goals for climate change protection

The public participates in an environmental commission meeting. // Courtesy Sierra Club Missouri Chapter The Midwest is not immune from the effects of climate change, and while corona has our attention right now there's a different pandemic that hasn't slowed down. Luckily, we're making progress in making sure the metro has a long-term plan moving forward.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! Whatta council! They really address the important stuff! Just Wow! What more can I say!

Anonymous said...

KCMO really doesn't have to worry about the long-term effects of climate change.
At the rate people in the black community are killing each other and anyone with any common sense is leaving town, there won't be any KC by the time the temperatures get much higher.
Bicycle lanes, streetcars, empty hotels, climate change, and who knows what else.
And close to 100 homicides in the MIDDLE OF THE YEAR and these folks have nothing much to say.

Anonymous said...

This is important ! What??? It's not? Why not? Oh this shit hole of a city won't exist in 10 years because the stupid mayor and BLM are killing it along with the Parks Bored, yeah I know it is board, but their stupidity bores me.