CEP in the News

Kansas has wind power. They hope to put such a force behind climate change issues

4 months ago | Feb 17, 2020
"Kansans need to be able to make their homes and their communities more resilient,” said Dorothy Barnett, a representative from the Wind, Energy, Air, Land, Transportation, and Health Coalition, which advocates for policy changes related...

Like a 'second wife': Wind energy gives American farmers a new crop to sell in tough times

4 months ago | Feb 17, 2020
"Kansas is expected to have 40 wind farms by the end of this year", said Dorothy Barnett, executive director of the Climate + Energy Project, a non-profit clean energy organization in Hutchinson, Kansas.

Analysts Tell Lawmakers That Kansas Electric Rate-Making System Favors Utilities

5 months ago | Jan 10, 2020
"Dorothy Barnett is the executive director of the Climate and Energy Project, a clean-energy advocacy group. She said state lawmakers and regulators need to finally start planning for grid modernization and the rapid shift to renewable energy."

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

8 months ago | Oct 24, 2019
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.”

JCCC awarded Top 10 Sustainable Community College recognition

8 months ago | Oct 21, 2019
Congratulations to Jay Antle, CEP Board Member, JCCCC Executive Director of the Center of Sustainability and History Professor. JCCC has been awarded Top 10 Sustainable Community College recognition!
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