Archive for July, 2009


Money Reform in Tucson: A discussion and brainstorming session

posted July 30, 2009

Monday, August 24th, 6:oo pm  to 8:00 pm, Quincie Douglas Library, Kino Blvd and 36th St. (Campbell Ave becomes Kino just south of Broadway Blvd.) A discussion and brainstorming session will be held on Thomas H. Greco’s new book and money reform.  We will explore how his ideas for “direct credit clearing” can be used […]

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Sustainable Santa Cruz Meeting

posted July 26, 2009

Sustainable Santa Cruz Meeting 5:30 PM 10/01/09 Working to ensure the regions resiliency in the face of Peak Oil, Climate Change and Economic Crisis by the best use of our resources such as energy, water, food, transportation, and housing. Tubac Community Center 50 Bridge Road, Tubac

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Local Sustainability for Eastern Santa Cruz County

posted July 26, 2009

Local Sustainability for Eastern Santa Cruz County 1:30 PM 09/26/09 FOCUS on Public Health / Community & Social Services / Housing Cady Hall 342 Duquesne Ave Patagonia

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Sustainable Santa Cruz Meeting

posted July 26, 2009

Sustainable Santa Cruz Meeting 5:30 PM 09/17/09 Develop a comprehensive plan for transitioning to a re-localized economy. Help establish the partnerships that will be the basis for this critical effort. Identify and implement sustainable living practices. Participation in citizen based advocacy for regional planning by our local government. Tubac Community Center 50 Bridge Road, Tubac

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Sustainable Santa Cruz Meeting

posted July 26, 2009

Sustainable Santa Cruz Meeting 5:30 PM 09/03/09 Attend and help establish the partnerships that will be the basis for this critical effort, to bring a unified and comprehensive transition to our communities.  Be part of the planning of educational events to support sustainable living practices, and to hear from environmental groups that study the I-19 […]

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Local Sustainability for Eastern Santa Cruz County

posted July 26, 2009

Local Sustainability for Eastern Santa Cruz County 1:30 PM 08/22/09 FOCUS on Food, how is our summer harvest? and DVD viewing \”Future of Food\” Cady Hall 342 Duquesne Ave Patagonia

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Sustainable Santa Cruz Meeting

posted July 26, 2009

Sustainable Santa Cruz Meeting 5:30 PM 08/20/09 Working to build a resilient community in the face of future challenges – peak oil, climate change, and the economy. Tubac Community Center 50 Bridge Road, Tubac

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Sustainable Santa Cruz Meeting

posted July 26, 2009

Sustainable Santa Cruz Meeting 5:30 PM 08/06/09 Attend and help establish the partnerships that will be the basis for this critical effort, to bring a unified and comprehensive transition to our communities.  Be part of the planning of educational events to support sustainable living practices, and to hear from environmental groups that study the I-19 […]

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“Money as Debt” and “Money as Debt II” film showing

posted July 23, 2009

What: Sustainable Tucson Special Film Showing When: Sunday, August 16th, 2009,    2-4:30pm   (Doors open at 1:45pm) Where: Joel D. Valdez Main Library Downtown, 101 N. Stone Ave (free lower level parking off Alameda St.) Sustainable Tucson is pleased to present two special films as part of our focus in August on examing some of […]

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On the Brink of a New Era in Energy: SIEMENS CEO Interview On Desertec Project

posted July 23, 2009

The CEO of Siemens AG, Peter Löscher, believes Europe is on the brink of anew era in energy production. The aim of the €400 billion ($560 billion) project is to provide carbon-free energy that could supply up to 20 percent of European energy needs by 2050. The biggest solar energy project in the world is […]

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How Bad Will the Economy Get?

posted July 18, 2009

ooo The following article just published on AlterNet is already drawing wide interest and appearing in many new places on the Internet. Having recently released what will probably be considered his most important book to date, our Sustainable Tucson colleague Tom Greco is now speaking directly to communities about both present economic challenges and emerging […]

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