Archive for May, 2018


Sustainable Tucson Summer Potluck

posted May 28, 2018

Tucson is not prepared for Climate Change, Mega-droughts, and much more. It will take a strong community where we know our neighbors and pull together to deal with what’s ahead. But many solutions exist at the local level, and the place to start is a good meal with friends and neighbors. We know already that […]

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Do you eat? – Tucson’s Local Food Systems

posted May 2, 2018

One of the reasons Tucson is recognized as a UN City of Gastronomy is that we have continuously grown and eaten local food for over 4000 years. We are also at the crossroads of many cultures and major climate zones, and have developed a unique culinary history. And we have dozens of local groups that […]

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Sustainable Tucson is supporting this. You can too.

posted May 1, 2018

This letter begins: “We ask Tucson Electric Power (TEP) for the following: Plan for seven generations of ecological recovery. Expedite the replacement of fossil fuels with clean renewable energy enriched by energy storage. Start in Tucson with the Irvington H. Wilson Sundt Generating Station (IGS).” If you want to find out more (And you really […]

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