The Future of Energy & Creating a Sustainable Community

All Kansas City Public Library locations will close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, November 26, and will remain closed all day Thursday, November 27, for Thanksgiving.

The sustainability movement is alive and well in Kansas City. A discussion by a panel of experts in energy use and generation, water use and recycling provides a clear understanding of the many efforts underway to achieve energy and resource sustainability.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
6:30pm @ Plaza Branch

The sustainability movement is healthy and active in Kansas City.

A panel of energy and recycling experts moderated by Kate Corwin, CEO of GreenWorks Kansas City, discuss The Future of Energy and Creating a Sustainable Community. Participants include Kristin Riott of Bridging the Gap, Bob Housh of the Metropolitan Energy Center, Lara Isch of the KCMO Water Department, Stacia Stelk of Ripple Glass and Chuck Caisley of Kansas City Power & Light.

This program is designed to leave those attending with a clear understanding of the various efforts underway to achieve energy and resource sustainability and the ways in which energy saving products and processes can be incorporated into our daily lives.

Co-sponsored by Kansas City Power & Light.