Climate Change Nebraska

Environmental Protection Agency

Managing Nebraska’s Water Is Critical to the Health of Its People and Crops By: Celeste Kenworthy Connor Baldwin grew up in a town with contaminated drinking water – the kind linked to a slew of potentially fatal health problems for infants and adults.   At the time, the residents of Creighton, Nebraska, didn’t know why

A Call for Change: Putting a Price on Carbon Using economics to battle climate change By: Lindsay Johnson Lesley Castanaza (left) and Steven Kirchner (right) during the 2017 climate march at the Nebraska State Capitol. Photo by Adam Fenton Sixty-seven-year-old Una Taylor and her husband could only watch, flabbergasted, as the March 2019 flood waters