The sky is falling and locals are scrambling to recruit more warriors against personal automobiles for the working-class.
Meanwhile, take a quick peek at a cadre of activists, bureaucrats and volunteers who mostly seem to argue that limiting personal freedom of Americans is the best way to save the planet rather than hold China accountable for all of the pollution they create.
“Does KC study how climate change affects our city? Does KC have a position dedicated to this and communicating the information to other KC departments and citizens?”
The short answer is yes.
The city of Kansas City not only has the Office of Environmental Quality dedicated to the issue, but there are more than 100 different groups of nonprofit, hobby, or professional organizations devoted to climate change throughout the area.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Last year was the sixth warmest year on record since 1880. Kansas City regularly sees 60 degree days in December, snow in late spring, intense flooding and cold spells. As the region come to grips with the effects of climate change, one of our readers wondered: "Does KC study how climate change affects our city?
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A flock of electric scooters and bicycles will offer Overland Park residents a new way to fly around town starting as soon as early March. The popular scooter and bikeshare company Bird inked a two-year deal with the city this week to offer a fleet of its small, electric shared vehicles across Overland Park as a trendy alternative for residents hoping to zip around town without a car.