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  • Barfield, David (Kansas State University, 2009)
    This presentation examines the historical development of water resources in Kansas and the progression of state water law and regulations from the water development phase toward sustainability; the current status of water ...
  • Carter, David; Green, Ryan (Kansas State University, 2011)
    “Best in CLASS (Conceptual Learning Application for Sustainable Schools)” is a combination training module/computer game designed to raise sustainability awareness for high school seniors and provide high school teachers ...
  • Dandu, Raju (Kansas State University, 2009)
    Sustainable green manufacturing is an emerging area that combines technical issues of design and manufacturing, energy conservation, pollution prevention, health and safety of communities and consumers. This presentation ...
  • Martin, Sabine (Kansas State University, 2009)
    As per EPA definition, brownfield sites are "real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant." It ...
  • Fees, Bronwyn (Kansas State University, 2009)
    Sustainability begins with an appreciation and wonderment of nature. Such dispositions develop through our earliest experiences with our environment, that is, during early childhood both at home and in early childhood ...
  • Benjamin, Nathan (Kansas State University, 2010)
    Buildings and the built environment have major resource impacts throughout their lifetimes. Much of the sustainability movement has focused on how to design, construct, and manage the built environment in ways that minimize ...
  • Champion, Benjamin L.; Devlin, Daniel L.; Rice, Charles W.; Harrington, John A., Jr.; Kahl, Daniel W.; Spears, Jacqueline D.; Steffensmeier, Timothy R.; Washburn, Shannon G.; Bruning, Roger; Pytlik Zillig, Lisa; Abdel-Monem, Tarik L.; Hu, Qi; Hubbard, Kenneth; Nugent, Gwen L.; Pathak, Tapan B.; Shulski, Martha; Umphlett, Natalie (Kansas State University, 2012)
    Potential climate change impacts on Central Great Plains (CGP) agricultural production are profound and highly likely to affect both national and global food supplies and related social and economic systems. Predicted ...
  • Griswold, Wendy; Saulters, Oral; Erickson, Larry E. (Kansas State University, 2009)
    The Consortium for Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability (CESAS) is a network of diverse partner organizations choosing to work collaboratively to advance sustainability, expand knowledge base-capacity and explore ...
  • Inglis, Bob (Kansas State University, 2012)
    Bob Inglis is passionate about free enterprise solving our energy and climate challenge. A former South Carolina congressman, his service on the House Foreign Affairs Committee taught him just how much our petroleum ...
  • Inglis, Bob (Kansas State University, 2012)
    Bob Inglis is passionate about free enterprise solving our energy and climate challenge. A former South Carolina congressman, his service on the House Foreign Affairs Committee taught him just how much our petroleum ...
  • Barnett, Dorothy (Kansas State University, 2010)
    Local governments, counties, and regional planning entities throughout the US have been developing new strategies and implementation plans for sustainability. Sustainability planning often integrates areas such as green ...
  • Rice, Charles W. (Kansas State University, 2012)
    Agriculture offers many opportunities for greenhouse gas mitigation through reduced tillage, cover crops, fertility management, and water management. No-tillage cropping systems improve soil fertility and conserve soil ...
  • Feddema, Johannes; Rice, Charles W.; Wildcat, Daniel; Harrington, John A., Jr. (Kansas State University, 2010)
    Several Kansas researchers have been at the forefront of climate science research internationally. This panel discussion will feature some of those researchers as they discuss some of the lessons learned for Kansas as well ...
  • Lucas, Chavey (Kansas State University, 2010)
    Sustainability is about the triple bottom line of balancing ecological and social priorities with economic priorities. This means that the jobs of the future need to involve sound ecological and social principles as well ...
  • Graham, Bruce (Kansas State University, 2010)
    Kansas is the third windiest state in the nation and is centrally situated geographically for providing access to commercialized wind energy. Kansas wind could be a major contributor to an energy future for the United ...
  • Kaaz, Barry (Kansas State University, 2010)
    Kansas is the third windiest state in the nation and is centrally situated geographically for providing access to commercialized wind energy. Kansas wind could be a major contributor to an energy future for the United ...
  • Griswold, Wendy; Steichen, Marie (Kansas State University, 2009)
    There are many community involvement and educational tools that can be utilized to support and facilitate the individual, group and institutional transformations required for the development of sustainable communities. The ...
  • Ballard-Reisch, Deborah; Koeber, Charles; Granville, Melissa; Fletcher, Jeff (Kansas State University, 2011)
    Kansas ranks 2nd in wind-producing potential in the United States (Lu et al., 2009), yet wind energy generation currently contributes only minimally to the State’s electricity supply (“Kansas”, 2008). As of August 2010, ...
  • Griswold, Wendy; Dickinson, Torry; Wigfall, LaBarbara (Kansas State University, 2011)
    The shift to sustainable communities requires the involvement of multiple stakeholders in making and implementing decisions and solutions. The decisions that individuals, communities and policy makers are facing often ...
  • Rowe, Debra (Kansas State University, 2010)