EPIC Fed Cash Awaits Kansas City Amid Desperate Climate Change Fight

Right now we share a peek at local money for mostly unproven ideas and sketchy technology that doesn't have a great track record. 

Nevertheless . . .

It's uncertain if this EPIC cash will save the world in these last 8 years we have together

However, the money will certainly fund a great many middle-class jobs dedicated to social media support and impassioned rhetoric that will, ironically, increase the quotient of hot air . . . Check-it:

"So, what fresh sustainability funds are now tantalizing local officials?

"The Biden administration and Congress recently passed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act to get the economy moving again after the COVID recession and reinvigorate America’s manufacturing muscle.  

"The spending will funnel unprecedented levels of support into renewables, energy efficiency, EV charging stations and other strategies that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions that accelerate global warming.

 "The Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) and its nine area counties and 119 cities in Missouri and Kansas for months have been devising and prioritizing plans worthy of funding from a total of between $50 million and $200 million for Kansas City carved from the Inflation Reduction Act. The program, administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), amounts to $4.6 billion nationally. "

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