Staying connected in difficult times.

2 months ago | Mar 18, 2020
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At the Climate + Energy Project, we know that relationships are everything. We travel around the state talking with Kansans and facilitating dialogs on tough issues.  In the upcoming months, we had scores of events scheduled, all of which have been cancelled or migrated to virtual events for the safety of our communities.

We thrive on community interactions!  We know how much we’ll miss it in the coming months, and we figure many of you are in the same boat.  While stress scrolling for updates on COVID-19 may be a top activity today, we still need to continue working toward a resilient Kansas.  What can we do to keep you connected to the Kansas climate and energy community?

 
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We want to hear from you!  How can we stay engaged in these difficult times?  What about Zoom video conferences with content experts?  Virtual community dialogs with robust conversation? Small group phone calls to share updates?  In-depth articles about specific issues? Cat memes? Just kidding on that last one. Let us know what you need and how we can help.  


Please send an email to takeaction@climateandenergy. org or complete this brief survey to help us frame our outreach in the coming months.  


In the meanwhile, consider joining us for the upcoming webinar, Making the Connections: Climate Change in Kansas with Assistant State Climatologist, Mary Knapp next Tuesday, March 24 from 12-1.  Participation is limited to the first 100* to join the webinar, but the recording will be shared with all who register.  

*we’re trying to figure out ways to increase our capacity on these webinars - that’s one way your input will help us make important decisions on our outreach efforts.