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OP-ED: Slow Motion Collapse

OP-ED: Slow Motion Collapse

Dianne Post September 1, 2014 0

By Dianne Post As Jared Diamond has written and we all know from history, every society eventually collapses. Three main themes seem to repeat as precipitators: climate change (Hohokam, Aztecs, Khmer), endless war (Holy Roman Empire, Nazi

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Sometimes Energy Subsidies Represent Sound Economics *Gasp*

Sometimes Energy Subsidies Represent Sound Economics *Gasp*

Will Greene March 3, 2014 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com Many defenders of dirty energy label climate-concerned citizens as adhering to a “church of global warming.” In truth our concerns are based on long-accepted physics backed by

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OP ED: Tempe Should Embrace Rooftop Solar

OP ED: Tempe Should Embrace Rooftop Solar

Kevin Hengehold November 6, 2013 2

Originally prepared for Tempe’s Rooftop Solar Forum held Tuesday, November 5th at Tempe City Hall.   First of all, I have to call out APS on its shady behavior.  And I wish there were

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Protest Exposes Desecration of Burial Sites on Black Mesa

Protest Exposes Desecration of Burial Sites on Black Mesa

Editor October 31, 2013 0

Indigenous Action Media | www.indigenousaction.org On Wednesday, October 30th concerned Diné (Navajos) and other indigenous rights supporters held a protest in Flagstaff, AZ  to expose Peabody’s deliberate process of confiscating Indigenous History. The first

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Two Rare Arizona Cactuses Gain Endangered Species Act Protection

Two Rare Arizona Cactuses Gain Endangered Species Act Protection

Editor October 3, 2013 0

Center for Biological Diversity | www.biologicaldiversity.org On Monday, September 30th the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service granted Endangered Species Act protection to two highly imperiled cactuses found in northern and southern Arizona. Protection for the

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Arizona Power Plants Among America’s Dirtiest

Arizona Power Plants Among America’s Dirtiest

Kevin Hengehold September 13, 2013 0

Power plants in America are responsible for a majority of its greenhouse gas emissions.  That seems reasonable – it’s where we burn most of our fossil fuels. But did you know that the fifty

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A Little Known, Tasty Arizona Treasure For Your Enjoyment

A Little Known, Tasty Arizona Treasure For Your Enjoyment

Blake Standifird August 11, 2013 0

The Valley is a diverse place with multitudes of its population hailing from locales other than Arizona. And with that comes a lot of unknown in regards to all Arizona has to offer, especially

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Report Back From Laveen: No South Mountain Freeway

Report Back From Laveen: No South Mountain Freeway

survival-solidarity August 9, 2013 0

Originally Published at No South Mountain Freeway.  Republished here with permission.   Report Back From our Recent Information Session in Laveen On Tuesday, July 23rd, the No South Mountain Freeway group held an informational

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Experts Conclude that the South Mountain Freeway Should Not be Built

Experts Conclude that the South Mountain Freeway Should Not be Built

Steve Brittle August 8, 2013 0

By Steve Brittle A coalition of organizations headed up by Protecting Arizona Resources and Children, Inc. (PARC), pooling their resources to stop the proposed South Mountain Freeway, submitted their hundreds of pages of comments

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Arizona is Lighting the Way in Solar Power

Arizona is Lighting the Way in Solar Power

Kevin Hengehold July 25, 2013 1

On Tuesday, Environment America release the report “Lighting the Way: What We Can Learn From America’s Top 12 Solar States.” Arizona shone brightest among the “Dazzling Dozen,” the twelve states with the greatest solar

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