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Advocacy 101 – Working with our government

posted February 10, 2019

RSVP The 2019 Arizona State Legislature session is well underway, with legislators introducing bills that will, if passed, have significant impact on our lives and our rights. At the federal level, the new Congress is hard at work, and locally both City Council and County Board of Supervisors deal with matters of direct interest to […]

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WHAT’S UP WITH THE PROPOSED ROSEMONT MINE?

posted September 27, 2018

Sustainable Tucson’s October meeting Sustainable Tucson’s October meeting   6:00 – 8:00 PM, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 (Doors open at 5:30 p.m.) Tucson City Council Ward 6 3202 East 1st Street · Tucson, AZ If you’ve been looking at the newspaper recently, you will have seen an op-ed from the Tucson Chamber of Commerce saying […]

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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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