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10 YEARS STRONG! Save the Date!

1 month ago | Jul 11, 2017
By: Rachel Myslivy, Program Director

Wow, where has the time gone?!  

 

2017 marks the Climate + Energy Project’s

TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY!  

 

We’re planning a grand hurrah to celebrate, and we sure hope you can join us.  Mark your calendars for Friday, October 27.  

 

We hope that this celebration will bring together our supporters from all over the state, and across the nation, to reflect on past successes and launch CEP into the next decade!


It’s going to be great!  CEP has been successful because of the many individuals and organizations across the state who believe in the power of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and community.  

 

We have worked with so many absolutely fabulous folks over the years . . . this tenth anniversary celebration is our party, but it’s yours, too!  


With that in mind, we’ve decided to launch the FIRST-EVER Climate + Energy Project Awards!  Please take a quick look at the categories, put on your thinking caps, and let us know who should get these awards!

 

Climate + Energy Impact Award

A lifetime achievement award recognizing an individual whose work resulted in positive, long-term, broad impacts in climate, energy, and environmental issues across the state.

 

Climate + Energy Project Sustainer Award

A volunteer-recognition award for an individual who has regularly engaged with CEP for at least five years.

 

Climate + Energy Changemaker Award

Recognition for an organization or individual whose recent (1-3 years) work has significantly advanced climate, energy, and/or environmental issues in Kansas.

 
Nominations are due by August 1.
 
Stay tuned for more information about the best.party.ever on October 27!


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