The newly formed Climate and Environment Council held its first meeting last month to begin the important task of determining its work plan for the year. Each council member will provide input on their top five priority activities that align with the strategies in the Regional Kansas City Climate Action Plan.
At the second meeting of the council on October 28th, members will discuss these ideas and hone in on the activities and products that will make up the work plan going forward. Work plan activities could include campaigns, community engagement, educational programming, grant writing, metrics and benchmarks development, program development, and policy development, among other tasks. We will post updates on the council’s progress in our news section as they develop.