Imagine KC explores how to live sustainably
Tune in to KCPT on July 12 to learn more about sustainable lifestyles
The 11th episode of the Imagine KC series, co-produced by KCPT and Mid-America Regional Council, will air Thursday, July 12, at 7:30 p.m. The episode examines the ways our lifestyles can reflect a more sustainable approach to living in ways that are more vibrant, connected and green.
Segments will feature a look at efforts to reduce the amount of waste going into the region’s landfills, biking as a way to reduce one’s impact on air quality and the environment , and how one Kansas City, Kan., neighborhood is working to enable more active lifestyles for children in the inner city neighborhoods of Rosedale and Argentine.
Imagine KC presents a comprehensive view of our changing region and the opportunities that lie ahead to create a more sustainable future. Episodes educate the public about specific issues, policy options and how communities are meeting challenges; envision positive changes in our region; and engage the community in ongoing projects and decision making.
Imagine KC is funded by: American Society of Civil Engineers, Garney Family Foundation Fund, Hall Family Foundation, Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City, Kansas City Chapter of the AIA. William T. Kemper Foundation, Lafarge North America, ULI Kansas City, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and WNET–Blueprint America. More information and past episodes can be found at www.imaginekc.org.