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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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Busy Last Few Weeks For Those Opposing the Loop 202 Freeway

Busy Last Few Weeks For Those Opposing the Loop 202 Freeway

Editor June 2, 2013 0

By Survival Solidarity No South Mountain | www.nosouthmountainfreeway.wordpress.com The last few weeks have been a whirlwind of events for everyone opposed to the expansion of the Loop 202 freeway. For the No South Mountain Freeway

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The Other Carbon Problem

The Other Carbon Problem

Kevin Hengehold May 27, 2013 0

In landlocked Arizona most don’t know or care about developments in the world’s oceans. Yet this is a story I cannot help but report because public awareness of the issue is so abysmal, and

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Obama Grassroots Arm Turns up the Heat on Climate in AZ

Obama Grassroots Arm Turns up the Heat on Climate in AZ

Kevin Hengehold May 25, 2013 0

For five years supporters of President Obama who also support decisive action on climate change have been forced to wait patiently for leadership from the 44th President of the United States. In 2008 and

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Public Hearing to be Set on Net Metering – Arizona’s Rooftop Solar Industry Hangs in the Balance

Public Hearing to be Set on Net Metering – Arizona’s Rooftop Solar Industry Hangs in the Balance

Kevin Hengehold May 15, 2013 0

Much of what happens at the Arizona Corporation Commission occurs behind closed doors and that is why transparency won a rare victory on Friday when Commissioner Susan Bitter Smith requested a broader public hearing

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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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“Resistance to the Extension of the Loop 202″ Report Released

“Resistance to the Extension of the Loop 202″ Report Released

Editor May 8, 2013 0

No South Mountain Freeway | www.nosouthmountainfreeway.wordpress.com A report on the valleys fight against the expansion of the Loop 202 is now public. Written nearly a year ago by anti-freeway organizer Jezz Putnam the report

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Public Opinion on Energy Shows How Out-of-Touch AZ Politicians Are

Public Opinion on Energy Shows How Out-of-Touch AZ Politicians Are

Kevin Hengehold May 1, 2013 0

Public sentiment towards energy in Arizona is straightforward and consistent. Repeated surveys portray an unabashed support for solar energy and a strong desire for a transition from fossil energy sources among members of the

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HIKE PLANNED FOR AREA OF SOUTH MOUNTAIN THREATENED BY LOOP 202

HIKE PLANNED FOR AREA OF SOUTH MOUNTAIN THREATENED BY LOOP 202

Editor April 21, 2013 0

By Survival Solidarity No South Mountain Freeway | www.nosouthmountainfreeway.wordpress.com No South Mountain Freeway group and members of Gila River to lead prayer and hike on mountain. PHOENIX, AZ—Sunday April 21st, 4pm at the base

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Cindy Sheehan & Tour de Peace Ride 3000 Miles for Peace & the Environment

Cindy Sheehan & Tour de Peace Ride 3000 Miles for Peace & the Environment

Liisa Wale April 18, 2013 1

By Liisa Wale Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan, who made international headlines eight years ago when she camped out in front of former President George W. Bush’s “ranch” to speak out

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