The calendar shows events we are part of, and events we are sponsoring. For more events of interest, check out our partners Climate Council of Kansas City and Deep Roots KC.

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November Climate Conversations @ Colonial Church Heritage Room
Nov 16 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm


This month’s topic: Creating Conscious Holidays – following the concepts in the Five Essentials for a Resilient World, participants will explore and visualize their approach to the holiday season through the eyes of nature and the environment.

Colonial Church Heritage Room 7039 Mission Rd, Prairie Village

Colonial is located at the corner of 71st & Mission Rd. Use the parking lot directly to the south of the church. It can be accessed from 71st Street or Mission Road.  Additionally there are 3 handicapped parking spots directly in front of the church. Please enter through the front door, located on the west side of the church. The Heritage room is upstairs on the main floor.

*The event is for ages 14 and up.

*Bring a light snack to share and your reusable beverage container (tea and water provided)

*There is no cost for this event; donations are welcome.

Register using the form

Climate Reality: Truth in Action at Central Exchange @ Central Exchange Downtown
Nov 18 @ 11:45 am – 1:00 pm
Climate Reality: Truth in Action
When: November 18, 2019 11:45am-1:00pm
Where: Central Exchange Downtown
1020 Central St. Kansas City, MO 64105
Cost: There is no cost for this event for members or non-members
Register: Follow this link to reserve your spot
*A delicious lunch will be included. Please note in the registration notes if you have any dietary restrictions.
There will also be a virtual live-stream event! There is a separate link from the in-person registration. Please follow this link to register for the online virtual event.
According to’s Climate Disruption Index, Kansas City ranks 5th of cities to be most negatively impacted by climate change.
The world is asking about the climate crisis. What’s really happening? Can we actually solve it? What can we do? We think it’s time for answers.
– Gain a deep understanding of what the climate crisis means for you from someone who knows where you’re coming from.
– Discover the practical solutions in our hands today and how we can create a safe and sustainable future for the Earth.
– Learn about practical steps you can take today to help solve the crisis.
-Bring your classroom, colleagues, or neighbors together to learn about the crisis and discover how to turn knowledge into collective action.
– Hear directly from a trained Climate Reality Leader, an expert presenter who knows how to make climate clear and inspire audiences of all backgrounds.
– Be part of a global conversation on the greatest challenge of our time.
This will be a great opportunity to talk about what the climate crisis means for this community, as well as the solutions and actions we can take to make a difference. I hope you’ll join us!
This will be a zero-waste event!
Climate Reality Day at Olathe West HS @ Olathe West High School
Nov 19 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Resilient Activist’s founder, Sami Aaron, will present a full day of

Climate Reality

programs for students in Olathe West High School’s

Green Tech Academy.

Presented as part of The Climate Reality Project’s

24 Hours of Climate Reality


Business for Good Focus Group: Interior Designers @ Johnson County Central Resource Library
Jan 9 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Are you a residential interior designer?

Do you want to be part of a select group to help create an educational program that will show you how your business can make a positive impact on the environment and our communities?

Then join us at our upcoming focus group session and let your voice be heard!

The Resilient Activist is developing a Business for Good course for residential interior designers to enhance the healthy home, environmental, and social justice impact of choices they make in client projects.

Our course will connect designers with local resources including artists and craftspeople, as well as holistic, eco-aware, and fair trade products and services.

We will be asking focus group participants to share their successes and failures in incorporating environmentally-focused aspects into their design projects. We are asking for feedback and ideas as we share the tentative curriculum for our course. What are their pain points? What would they love to learn more about to uplift their own businesses?

And we’ll have a special gift for your participation! You’ll receive the PDF “100+ EnviroTips for the Home Checklist” to use over and over again with your clients!

Please register here:

Note: Your registration will only sign you up for the focus group event. If you’ d like to join The Resilient Activist’s email list, please sign up here.

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