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Utilities of the Future
Our electricity system is changing rapidly around us. New sources of renewable power are meeting technologies that can crunch unprecedented amounts of data. It's all leading to a...
Commission guards against water pollution,...
The Nebraska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has only eight employees, but this little state agency has some big responsibilities -- like keeping waste water from oil wells...
National foundations turn to local expert for...
UNL professor Susan Swearer is co-director of the Bullying Research Network and the director of the Empowerment Initiative. She’s also a nationally recognized expert on bullying...
Predicting The Future of a Business Idea
Of all the new businesses that are created in a given year, the vast majority will be closed within 18 months. To help improve the number of successful startups in Nebraska, a...
Farmers market tradition continues to grow
From juicy peaches to bunches of kale, nothing says summer like a trip to the farmers market. This is National Farmers Market week, and shoppers will celebrate from Macomb,...
My Farm Roots: Showtime at the fair
Harvest Public Media is sharing stories from farm kids with My Farm Roots, stories about what it’s like growing up in a changing rural America. Midwest kids have a strong...
Without Coal, Is The Grid Reliable?
Will the transition from coal to renewables threaten the reliability of our nation's energy grid? Inside Energy explores what’s wrong with the grid and what needs to be done to...
Housing Nebraska’s homeless, and how one Omaha...
About 10,000 people are homeless in Nebraska each year. Recently two names dropped off that list, an Omaha couple who were living in a tent camp. In February we introduced you to...
Climate change studies place focus on Great Plains
Landcover 6K is an international project comprised of researchers examining how adaptations of landscapes by humans throughout history might have had an impact on today's climate...
Pesticide drift threatens organic farms
In the U.S., farmers use nearly 900 million pounds of pesticides every year to protect their crops from weeds and insect damage. But sometimes those chemicals drift onto...
My Farm Roots: Farm kids’ big life lesson
For this year’s My Farm Roots, Harvest Public Media is sharing stories from farm kids about what it’s like growing up in a changing rural America. Midwest kids have a strong...
Why Smart Meters Don't Make A Smart Grid
Smart meters were supposed to transform the nation's electricity grid. But has that happened? Where is that smart grid? Inside Energy explores what’s wrong with the grid and...
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