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Together, We Can Lead the Way to a Clean Energy Future

5 months ago | Dec 30, 2019

 The Climate + Energy Project acts to address the changing climate in Kansas. Our Kansas Climate + Health Declaration highlights climate change as a public health crisis, and catalyzes grassroots action on climate.Recognizing that energy plays a key role in climate solutions, our Clean Energy Business Council’s continued advocacy for a Kansas Energy Plan will continue elevating the need for sound energy policies that promise the clean air, clear water, and healthy living we all value.

 

TOGETHER, WE CAN LEAD THE WAY TO A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.

Public engagement leads to effective policy. Public policy that fosters growth in renewables and energy efficiency has dynamic impacts on the Kansas economy, public health, and climate solutions. Outreach and education generate and sustain the public support that drives policy change.

 

Our 2020 statewide education campaigns will engage the public on clean energy solutions and the public health impacts of climate change. Invite CEP to connect with your community on the pressing climate and energy issues of our times.

Join us for our annual WEALTH Day of Advocacy and Education at the Capitol on February 10, 2020.

RSVP today! bit.ly/2020WEALTHDay


For 12 years, the Climate + Energy Project has successfully brought together diverse individuals, organizations, and ideas to find practical, common ground solutions. We are committed to finding solutions that work for Kansas.

 

WITH YOUR HELP

we can witness the power of people to secure clean energy policies and climate action in Kansas.


Your financial contributions,

time, and dedication create a 

healthy and resilient Kansas.


 

  

PLEASE DONATE TO THE CLIMATE + ENERGY PROJECT.

http://bit.ly/CEPDonate

CEP -  PO Box 1858 - Hutchinson, KS 67504 

THANK YOU.

The Climate + Energy Project Team

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