Two New CPAC Studies of Columbia MO
How does Columbia compare economically to other college towns across the country? What are some of Columbia’s alternative future economic scenarios? See CPAC’s recently completed City of Columbia Peer Community Comparison and Scenario Report (2009) to find out. And, see CPAC’s City of Columbia Baseline Report (2009) for ten-year economic and demographic projections.
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CPAC received 2007 USDA Group Honor Award for Excellence for their work with the Socio-Economic Benefit Analysis System.
The Benefits of Expanded Broadband to Missouri Farms and Agribusinesses By Thomas G. Johnson, Timothy Haithcoat, Shriniwas Gautam and Bhawani Mishra. October 2011
|Thomas G. Johnson
Director of CPAC
Balancing Energy, Economics and Environment
If you’ve watched TV, listened to the radio, surfed the internet, or read any newspapers in the last year, you are aware of a growing interest (more...)
“Our quest for energy must not come with high environmental and social costs.”
Tom Johnson and Dennis Robinson received the Secretary of Agriculture's annual Award for Excellence, for their work on the Socio-Economic Benefit Assessment System project in Washington DC, October 11, 2007. Johnson and Robinson are shown here at the awards ceremony with Chuck Conner (center), Acting Secretary of Agriculture, and other award recipients.