Probably not in any significant way . . .
However, here's a peek at activist frustration with slow progress in a story hyped by state-run local media . . .
"Kansas City has already made some changes to address climate change, such as a switch to electric municipal vehicles. Other changes will take a more concerted effort."
Reality check . . .
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
It's been 13 years since Kansas City, Missouri, passed its first climate protection plan. At the top of the list: drastically reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Now the city is preparing a new plan, and emission reductions remains a focus. In 2008, the city set a goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 30% below 2000 levels by 2020.