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ONLINE AND IN PERSON CLIMATE STRATEGY WORKSHOPS!

Workshops are location based and will focus on strategies that would be effective in each area of Kansas City and/or citywide. Can't attend your area workshop? All residents and interested parties are welcome to participate in any session. We will leave time to capture your ideas!

Click on the workshop you wish to attend to RSVP or use the QR code


We appreciate an RSVP to the in person meetings, click on the meeting you wish to attend to to let us know you will be there!


This phase focuses on collaborating with Kansas City residents and organizations to explore strategy ideas that will help our community reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create more resilient neighborhoods. We want to hear from community members what has worked well, what hasn’t, and what existing activities are happening in Kansas City that we can support.

Need ideas for what climate strategies look like? Explore the Climate Action KC Playbook and 2008 KCMO Climate Project Plan and let us know which strategies are needed in your neighborhood and your ideas for how we can use work with neighborhood organizations, businesses, and residents to take action.

Though we have moved to the next phase of the planning process, you can still share your climate stories to the Listen & Learn tab. The listening phase will continue throughout plan development and beyond!


If your group or organization would like to request a presentation or would like to host a listening session, please email us at OEQ@KCMO.ORG. Also, please share with us any upcoming climate-related community events or activities that you think we should attend.


Click here to return to the Climate Protection and Resiliency Plan Main Page

ONLINE AND IN PERSON CLIMATE STRATEGY WORKSHOPS!

Workshops are location based and will focus on strategies that would be effective in each area of Kansas City and/or citywide. Can't attend your area workshop? All residents and interested parties are welcome to participate in any session. We will leave time to capture your ideas!

Click on the workshop you wish to attend to RSVP or use the QR code


We appreciate an RSVP to the in person meetings, click on the meeting you wish to attend to to let us know you will be there!


This phase focuses on collaborating with Kansas City residents and organizations to explore strategy ideas that will help our community reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create more resilient neighborhoods. We want to hear from community members what has worked well, what hasn’t, and what existing activities are happening in Kansas City that we can support.

Need ideas for what climate strategies look like? Explore the Climate Action KC Playbook and 2008 KCMO Climate Project Plan and let us know which strategies are needed in your neighborhood and your ideas for how we can use work with neighborhood organizations, businesses, and residents to take action.

Though we have moved to the next phase of the planning process, you can still share your climate stories to the Listen & Learn tab. The listening phase will continue throughout plan development and beyond!


If your group or organization would like to request a presentation or would like to host a listening session, please email us at OEQ@KCMO.ORG. Also, please share with us any upcoming climate-related community events or activities that you think we should attend.


Click here to return to the Climate Protection and Resiliency Plan Main Page

  • Here you can share your ideas on possible strategies to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions both citywide and in your neighborhood.  There are no wrong answers here, just ideas!  Strategies that provide other benefits to the community beyond GHG reduction are encouraged.  The results of this survey will be used to help guide our stakeholder workgroups in finding solutions that work for Kansas City.  

    If you need ideas, explore the Climate Action KC Playbook and 2008 KCMO Climate Protection Plan. Partners could include nonprofits, neighborhood groups, business associations, and other community organizations.  

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