NEW RESEARCH WILL EXPLORE RENEWABLE ENERGY, WATER TREATMENT, AMMONIA PRODUCTION TO BOLSTER RURAL RESILIENCE

23 days ago | Oct 24, 2019
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 Mary Hill, CEP Board Member and University of Kansas professor of geology is apart of a team of researchers that has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation. NSF’s Innovations to fund the project "FEWtures: Innovation Analysis Framework for Resilient Futures, with Application to the Central Arkansas River Basin.” 
 
"We look forward to working with stakeholders throughout the region,” Hill said. "Together we will envision and evaluate ways that local renewable energy can be viably used to solve local agricultural problems, such as water degradation and depletion. We will evaluate the circumstances under which this approach can invigorate the local economy and supply food for the world.”