Sustainability Action Programs

Bicycles and Alternative Transportation

Promoting bicycles, complete streets, walkable neighborhoods, car sharing, and neighborhood electric vehicles

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Food Sovereignty and Permaculture

Local control of food and food policy, permaculture training, tours, and crop mobs


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Prime Farmland Preservation


The Sustainability Action Network actively participates in the development and adoption of plans to protect Capability I & II farmland from urban development and industrial land uses.


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Diesel Health Project

Promoting environmental justice in neighborhoods exposed to pollution, by monitoring and enforcement

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Energy Conservation and Renewables

Promoting energy conservation and decentralized renewable energy as a hydrocarbon diet, to reduce our fossil fuel use and carbon footprint.

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A co-operative community space as an innovation incubator with tool sharing, reuse, and recycling


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Local Money and Local Food

To foster money literacy, or how money works, while implementing a local currency tied to local food, being that food is already a popular commodity for local exchange.

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Sustainability Action Newsletter

A weekly e-newsletter informing and encouraging people to be active in the Sustainability Action Network, or other action-driven groups

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Protecting Water In Kansas, Panel Discussion

Friday, 2 February 2018, 6:00pm-9:00pm Douglas County Fair Grounds, Dreher Building, 2110 Harper St., Lawrence KS 66046 The Sustainability Action 2018 Annual Meeting will host a panel discussion on "Protecting Water in Kansas: Quality and Availability", with a local,...

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CleanAirNow is dedicated to improving air quality in Kansas City and the surrounding region, particularly in communities suffering the greatest health burden,

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Ogallala Aquifer Threatened by User Depletion

The Ogallala Aquifer (technically the High Plains Aquifer) underlies an area in eight states, of approximately 174,000 sq mi, being one of the world's largest aquifers.  30,800 square miles of that is in western and central Kansas, 900 sq mi in Colorado, 20,600 sq mi...

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