HRES Presents a Virtual Workshop

Presented by
Andrew Savastino,
Chief Environmental Officer

Use this link to view the City of KCMO Climate Plan: KCMO Climate Plan


Andy Savastino will be presenting on the City’s new Climate Protection & Resilience Plan (CPRP), adopted by the Kansas City council in August. The CPRP is an equity-centered roadmap to help our community achieve our greenhouse gas emission reduction goals of climate neutrality for city operations by 2030 and citywide by 2040 and adapt to flooding, extreme heat, and other climate change impacts already experienced in the region. Andy will share results from the latest greenhouse gas inventory and climate risk and vulnerability assessment, and will provide a brief overview of the strategies and actions in the plan as they relate to mobility, energy supply, natural systems, homes and buildings, food, and waste.


Andrew Savastino is the Chief Environmental Officer for the City of Kansas City, Mo. He studied biology at the State University of New York at Buffalo before getting his M.S. in Environmental Science from the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. In his 28-year career with the City, Andrew has provided guidance and leadership to City staff on regulatory compliance and sustainability. Andrew serves the City Manager, Mayor, and City council as an advisor on environmental issues relevant to city operations, programs, and policies.
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