How do we Build Our Sustainable Future Together?
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Sustainable Tucson, in collaboration with Local First Arizona and others, is hosting a City Council Candidates Forum on Wednesday, August 9, titled “Building Our Sustainable Future – Together”. All candidates from the three City wards with elections have been invited.
Five candidates are confirmed, so far:
- Felicia Chew (D)
- Paul Durham (D)
- Tom Tronsdale (D)
- Gary Watson (I)
- Mike Cease (G)
- Steve Kozachik (D)
This free forum will be held at Changemaker High School, 1300 S Belevedere, starting at 6pm. It is open to the public. Current sponsors are: Local First Arizona, Pima County Food Alliance, Progressive Democrats of Arizona, Community Water Coalition, and Changemaker High School.
The August 9 Candidates Forum will ask the candidates to discuss their views on the City’s role in four areas:
- Assuring renewable water that serves Tucson’s priorities
- Climate-ready and affordable transportation
- Relocalization and economic redevelopment, and
- Public awareness and involvement: Making sustainability our way of life
Candidates will be asked to discuss how they see the challenges that the city faces in these areas, and what role the City government has in helping to prepare Tucson for the challenges ahead.
Sustainable Tucson is an 11 year old non-profit organization that educates Tucson on the challenges and opportunities we face in the years ahead. At recent monthly meetings, we have covered topics ranging from Building Resilience by Building Community to Community Banking to Living with Urban Wildlife. Other projects include the 7th Annual Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival this November, and Feeding Tucson, a program to promote community resilience through a strong local food system.
6:00 to 8:30, August 9, 2017
Changemaker High School
1300 S Belevedere Ave
Doors open at 5:30