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Some Kansas environmental groups disappointed with clean energy compromise

3 years ago | May 18, 2015
"I do think that it is laughable that after the hundreds of millions of dollars spent trying to repeal it, we’re settling for a goal we’ve already met," said Dorothy Barnett, director of the Hutchinson-based Climate and Energy Project

Climate + Energy Project: Opponents’ 20% by 2020 ‘goal’ is laughable

4 years ago | May 05, 2015
Kansas already met 20% RPS 5 years early with more low-cost wind power to come online later this year

Panel discusses climate change in Kansas

4 years ago | Apr 02, 2015
A panel of environmental experts met on Wednesday, March 25th, in the Henderson Building to discuss pollution and the impact of an altered global environment on Kansas.

Gov. Brownback presents awards to farmers and ranchers at Water + Energy Progress awards ceremony

4 years ago | Mar 19, 2015
Gov. Sam Brownback recently congratulated the 2015 Water + Energy Progress award winners at the Capitol on March 11. Producers from across the state were recognized as models of innovation for their water and energy saving practices, which included using cover crops, no-till, managed rotational grazing systems, solar pumping stations, subsurface drip irrigation, irrigation scheduling, wind turbines, local foods production, milk condensing systems, on-farm research and collaboration.

Western Kan. farmers and ranchers recognized for water, energy conservation

4 years ago | Mar 16, 2015
Living Acres Network, Gove County, and McCarty Dairy, Rexford, were among the 11 Water + Energy Progress 2015 award winners congratulated by Governor Sam Brownback at the state capitol March 11.

Kansas producers were recognized as...