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Editorial: When Will You Be Ejected From Your Aquarium?

Editorial: When Will You Be Ejected From Your Aquarium?

Ann Marie Zeller November 3, 2012 0

By Ann Marie Zeller In the story of Rango the main characters aquarium is ejected out the back of a vehicle, leaving the lizard alone in the middle of the Mojave Desert. He stumbles

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Climate trends to trigger massive change in SW forests

Climate trends to trigger massive change in SW forests

Editor October 11, 2012 0

By Summit Voice Summit County Citizens Voice | summitcountyvoice.com If those conditions persist, it would likely result in widespread tree deaths and significant changes in the distribution of species on a regional landscape level,

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The Real Economics of Arizona Snowbowl Water Wasting Scheme

The Real Economics of Arizona Snowbowl Water Wasting Scheme

Editor October 8, 2012 0

Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org The New York Times and Huffington Post have recently reported on Arizona Snowbowl’s controversial plan to become the first ski resort in the nation to turn 100% treated sewage effluent

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Occupy Phoenix OWS On The 1 Year Anniversary

Occupy Phoenix OWS On The 1 Year Anniversary

Chris Hensley September 28, 2012 0

By Chris Hensley Locash Magazine | locashmagazine.com/ Solidarity action S17 a.k.a September 17th, 2012 was an exciting day for Occupiers and corporate lobby receptionists across the country. This date marked the One year Anniversary of

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Occupy Our Food

Occupy Our Food

Liisa Wale September 18, 2012 0

By Liisa Wale Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Many of us know what genetically engineered crops are. Information about genetic engineering has been in the media since the 1990’s.  Even if you are unaware

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Arizona 2012: Neck Deep in Crony Capitalism

Arizona 2012: Neck Deep in Crony Capitalism

Steve Muratore September 10, 2012 0

By Steve Muratore The Arizona Eagletarian Republican Crony Capitalists have brazenly thumbed their noses at the best interests of the citizens and voters of our great state very recently. Well, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, in

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Arizona Corporation Commission’s Decision to Give Waste Incinerator Renewable Energy Credits Challenged in Arizona Superior Court

Arizona Corporation Commission’s Decision to Give Waste Incinerator Renewable Energy Credits Challenged in Arizona Superior Court

Editor September 5, 2012 1

Arizona Community Press | azcommunitypress.org Phoenix, AZ – On Tuesday, September 4th the Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon (Arizona) Chapter filed a lawsuit challenging the Arizona Corporation Commission decision to allow trash burning to be

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Tree-Sit Halts Pipeline Construction: Protester Demands Clean Water and Clean Snow

Tree-Sit Halts Pipeline Construction: Protester Demands Clean Water and Clean Snow

Editor August 21, 2012 1

By Protect the Peaks Flagstaff, AZ – Monday morning, August 20, Protect the Peaks erected a tree-sit to protect our community and our children from the City of Flagstaff’s sanctioning and use of hazardous treated

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Protester Locks Down City of Flagstaff Rio de Flag Waste-water Reclamation Plant

Protester Locks Down City of Flagstaff Rio de Flag Waste-water Reclamation Plant

Editor August 19, 2012 0

By Protect the Peaks FLAGSTAFF, AZ — At approximately 10:30 am on Sunday, August 19th one protestor locked themselves to the Rio de Flag Wastewater Reclamation Plant. A march leaving from near-by coincided with the

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Clearing Our Skies: Why Arizona needs new safeguards to reduce coal plant pollution

Clearing Our Skies: Why Arizona needs new safeguards to reduce coal plant pollution

Editor August 14, 2012 0

Arizona Sierra Club | arizona.sierraclub.org In July, the Environmental Protection Agency announced implementation of long-awaited protections that will lead three of Arizona’s dirtiest coal plants to limit dangerous emissions that pollute skies over Arizona’s pristine national parks,

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