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Arizona Leads the Nation in Global Warming Belief

Arizona Leads the Nation in Global Warming Belief

Kevin Hengehold May 9, 2013 0

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 nation. This finding was highlighted in a

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Get Involved in the Fight for a Livable Future

Get Involved in the Fight for a Livable Future

Kevin Hengehold March 7, 2013 0

(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 our population lives in fear of arrest

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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

Kevin Hengehold March 1, 2013 0

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 temperatures will hit the Southwest hard, with water

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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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