What Net Zero Means to Nebraska

Join Conservation Nebraska, UNL Environmental Studies Program, and guest speakers from Omaha Public Power District (OPPD), Lincoln Electric System (LES), and Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) for an event on their net zero carbon goals and what their future plans...

Our Changing Climate & Its Impacts on Nebraska

The changing climate in Nebraska has become more of a concern over the years. We are already feeling the impacts of our changing climate through extreme weather events, including droughts, fires, flooding, and record high- and low-temperatures. Join Conservation...

Lincoln Climate Action Plan: An Update on City Fleet Conversion

The City of Lincoln recently released its Climate Action Plan for the upcoming years. A part of this plan is converting the city fleet to 100% electric/renewable fuels by 2040. Join Conservation Nebraska in learning from Frank Uhlarik (Sustainability and Compliance...

Reading Tree Rings: Using trees to understand our past and present

Did you know that tree rings can tell a scientist a lot about our climatic past? Join Conservation Nebraska for a lesson in reading tree rings with Peter M. Brown of Rocky Mountain Tree-Ring Research. Peter will be our guide into Nebraska climatic history and how tree...

A Year in Review: Sustainability and Climate Action in Lincoln

Conservation Nebraska is proud to be the digital sponsor of this event! Celebrate Earth Day 2021 with Lincoln Earth Day! Over the past year, exciting sustainability and climate action has been taken in Lincoln and our Coalition is excited to highlight some of these...