Booming Global, National, & Local Solar Potential in 3 Charts

2 years ago | Oct 13, 2015
By: Rachel Myslivy, Program Director

Solar energy is the most abundant energy source available, the technology is catching up with the potential, and prices are falling. It’s high time we start harnessing the power of the sun!

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A+ in Clean Energy

2 years ago | Aug 25, 2015
By: Olga Khakova
Receiving an "A” on a college assignment can be a rewarding experience- your hard work paid off and was recognized with a high grade! Now, what if your hard work could spark a positive difference in the world? At the Climate + Energy...

Areas for Expanding Water Conservation: Kansans are Saving Water, but Have Room for Improvement

2 years ago | Jun 12, 2015
By: Brock Ternes, CEP Intern
Brock reflects on his dissertation research on water usage and well ownership in Kansas.

Water + Energy Progress Videos Effective Educational Tools

2 years ago | Jun 04, 2015
By: CEP Staff,
During my time working with Water and Energy Progress, I've realized what excellent tools videos can be to spread awareness and knowledge. 

It is enriching to listen and see what farmers and ranchers are doing to make sustainable...

The Future of Groundwater in Kansas

2 years ago | Apr 20, 2015
By: Brock Ternes, CEP Intern
Groundwater resources are important for most Kansas farmers, ranchers, industries, and households, as the High Plains aquifer supplies 70 percent of all water used in the state.