Archive for June, 2009


New Film: “Food, Inc”

posted June 30, 2009

On July 17: the most-talked about new film, “Food, Inc.” will be shown at The Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway Blvd., 520-795-7777, http://www.loftcinema.com

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ST August Gen. Mtg: “The Global Financial Meltdown: Its Causes, and Opportunities for Localized Restructuring”

posted June 25, 2009

What: Sustainable Tucson August General Meeting When: Wednesday, August 12th, 2009 5:45pm- 8:00pm Where: Joel D. Valdez Main Library Downtown, 101 N. Stone Ave (free lower level parking off Alameda St.) Sustainable Tucson is pleased to present a Special General Meeting featuring one of ST’s original founders. Thomas H. Greco, Jr. will give an illustrated […]

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High Performance Building Science Workshop

posted June 24, 2009

Special event at the Village of Civano, Tucson Colors are names, each given to a specific spectrum of visible light. Visible wavelengths are measured in nanometers (nm). Green just so happens to live in the spectrum between approximately 520 and 565 nm. Building performance is also measured using specific, scientific language. We hope to give […]

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The Story of Stuff, and more!

posted June 21, 2009

Q: Why should I care about the Citizens united v. FEC ruling? A: In this landmark case, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that it is unconstitutional to limit how much money corporations can spend to influence elections. Why? They said limits would violate the First Amendment guarantee of free speech. Since the 2010 ruling, corporations […]

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Coming: New film ‘In Transition’

posted June 11, 2009

These are the emerging plans for the release of the Transition Movement’s first major film, “In Transition.”  Some of you watched an online screening of the unfinished version June 12-14th. Stage 2. Indie Screenings. We’re planning then to make the film available via the Age of Stupid’s Indie Screenings website (although this is still being […]

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“The World According to Monsanto” film showing

posted June 10, 2009

WHAT:  FREE public showing of The World According to Monsanto Monsanto’s controversial past combines some of the most toxic products (e.g. PCBs and Agent Orange) ever sold with misleading reports, pressure tactics, collusion, and attempted corruption.  They now race to genetically engineer (and patent) the world‚s food supply, which profoundly threatens our health, environment, and […]

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Wet-Dry Mapping of Upper Cienega Creek

posted June 5, 2009

4th Annual Wet/Dry Walk of upper Cienega Creek The Bureau of Land Management, The Nature Conservancy and Master Watershed Program are pleased to invite volunteers to help with the 4th annual wet-dry walk of upper Cienega Creek on the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area southeast of Tucson. Las Cienegas harbors between 6 and 10 miles […]

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