Archive for July, 2007


Solar Odyssey

posted July 25, 2007

 Solar Odyssey August 18 or 25 Tucson is the sun capital, right? Find out how you can reduce your utility bills by tuning into the sun’s seasonal path. This tour will take you to residences where the owners do just this. Visit Armory Park del Sol, Civano, the Solar Store and hear about local utilities’ […]

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Focus on Water: What do we want to use our water for?

posted July 25, 2007

Join Sustainable Tucson on Thursday, August 23rd, 6 p.m., at the Woods Library, 3455 N. 1st Avenue. We will present a public discussion about Arizona water policies and laws, compared with those established elsewhere.  At a moment when our state is setting out to become a world leader in defining sound water policies, what can […]

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ST Summer Film Night/Discussion

posted July 10, 2007

The Community Food Bank joins Sustainable Tucson for a screening of “Broken Limbs: Apples, Agriculture and the New American Farmer.” The film follows a family farmer on his global journey to understand issues facing America’s small farmers and ultimately discovers new hope for the future of agriculture. The film will be followed by discussion. Thursday, […]

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Peter Gleick Presents Tucson Public Lecture on Sustainable Water Use

posted July 9, 2007

Peter Gleick Presents Tucson Public Lecture on Sustainable Water Use             Peter Gleick will discuss innovate strategies for achieving sustainable water use at a public lecture at Temple Emanu-El, 225 N. Country Club, Tucson at 7:30 on Thursday, Aug. 30. The lecture is free and open to the public.  He is co-founder and president of […]

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