Archive for October, 2009


Invitation: Meet me at the Wall

posted October 30, 2009

The Wall is a place where literally thousands and thousands of people committed to a revolutionary new energy future for our nation and the world are coming together — to express our hopes, share our resolve, and step up to a leadership role in building a grassroots movement for change like nothing America has ever […]

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Annual Tucson Banquet

posted October 23, 2009

The Arizona Ecumenical Council announces its 2009 Annual Tucson Banquet “Celebrating the Mission of Unity.” Friday, October 30, 2009, 6:00-9:00pm St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church. 602 North Wilmot Road, Tucson, AZ 85711. 6PM – Social Hour with appetizers, wine, and other beverages 7PM – Dinner catered by “Enjoy Cooking” 8PM – Program featuring […]

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Tucson Community Crop Walk

posted October 23, 2009

The Tucson community CROP WALK is Sunday, November 8, 2009, 2:00 pm Reid Park, Ramada 5. Proceeds of this fundraiser benefit the Community Food Bank, Casa Maria and Church World Service in their programs to provide food for those in need. For more information, contact Betty Lu Holland directly at hollandaz@yahoo.com.

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New Flex Car Program at UA

posted October 23, 2009

Just a heads up that Hertz is the 1st to launch the Flex car program and it’s up and running at the U of A. You do not need to be a student to rent the vehicle. You can rent it for an hour, a few hours or even a day or more. It’s really a great program. […]

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Important New Reports about Climate Change

posted October 21, 2009

You may be interested in the following new reports: 1. Climate Solutions2: Low-Carbon Re-Industrialization. A Report to WWF International based on the Climate Industry Sector Technology Allocation (CRISTAL) Model (Executive Summary). This report models the ability of low-carbon industries to grow and transform within a market economy. It finds that runaway climate change is almost […]

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Repower Arizona event

posted October 10, 2009

Repower Arizona, a campaign of the Alliance for Climate Protection in support of clean energy is coming to town! The office grand opening will feature Tucson City council member Rodney Glassman. Join us for education, activities, and networking. Repower Arizona is educating Arizona on the benefits of transitioning to a clean energy economy, including providing […]

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Tucson’s 2nd Annual Bicycle Count

posted October 9, 2009

Tucson’s 2nd annual bicycle count needs volunteers. The count is important to the region to better understand the trends in cycling, the behavior of cyclists, and to identify locations needing improvements. The more cyclists we can get on the roads safely, the better our community and our environment. Last year we counted over 50 locations […]

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La Vida Verde Picnic

posted October 6, 2009

Hello peace and sustainability advocate: You and your affiliated organizations are invited to the La Vida Verde, potluck picnic and open space event, Saturday, November 7th at Reid Park, ramadas 14 and 15, from 11am to sunset. Passive tabling is encouraged. This event will focus on uniting our Tucson community and organizations in pursuit of […]

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