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The fuss about the Keystone XL pipeline

The fuss about the Keystone XL pipeline

Kevin Hengehold June 11, 2013 0

On Sunday approximately fifty people were in attendance at the Valley Unitarian Universalist church in Chandler to educate themselves on the risks and rewards of the Keystone XL pipeline. Larky Hodges, a lifelong storyteller and

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AZ Democratic Delegation Stands United Against Tar Sands Pipeline

AZ Democratic Delegation Stands United Against Tar Sands Pipeline

Will Greene June 2, 2013 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com As President Obama faces perhaps the most momentous climate decision of his presidency to date – whether to approve or deny the Keystone XL pipeline – the

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Arizona Leads the Nation in Global Warming Belief

Arizona Leads the Nation in Global Warming Belief

Will Greene May 9, 2013 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com 86 percent of people surveyed in Arizona during the past decade believe that global warming has “probably been happening”, the highest level of any state in the

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Clean Energy Advocates Must Find the Courage to Talk Climate

Clean Energy Advocates Must Find the Courage to Talk Climate

Will Greene April 2, 2013 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com Climate change is poised to whip Arizona in the 21st century. On a higher-emissions track experts with the US Global Change Research Program warn of an eight

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Get Involved in the Fight for a Livable Future

Get Involved in the Fight for a Livable Future

Will Greene March 7, 2013 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com (You can find your local 350.org climate-action strategy session by clicking here) So many crucially important political dramas face our state and nation. A significant segment of

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Study: Lake Powell and Mead Could Disappear in a Few Decades Due to Climate Change

Study: Lake Powell and Mead Could Disappear in a Few Decades Due to Climate Change

Will Greene March 1, 2013 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com Scientific literature regarding the future of water in the Southwest up to this point has been alarming, yet vague. In general, studies have confirmed that rising

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Nation’s Largest Climate Rally Draws Diverse, Jubilant Crowd

Nation’s Largest Climate Rally Draws Diverse, Jubilant Crowd

Kevin Hengehold February 19, 2013 1

So, I went to the Forward on Climate rally on Sunday. It was cold; maybe my blood’s thinned out from my time in Arizona, but… everyone who made it out should be commended for

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Southwest Climate Change Podcast

Southwest Climate Change Podcast

Editor February 5, 2013 0

Southwest Climate Change Network | www.southwestclimatechange.org Why was the Southwest so cold in January? What’s this buzz phrase “Sudden Stratospheric Warming” mean? Zack Guido and Mike Crimmins discuss this and much more in this month’s

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