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Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan: Time to Get Serious About Water

by David A. Schaller What Is The Drought Contingency Plan? In March of this year, Arizona joined six other states and signed a 60-page management plan...

The Challenges of Climate Change

By David M. Brown. "Climate change creates new risks and exacerbates existing vulnerabilities in communities across the United States, presenting growing challenges to human health...

Throwing Shade, Trees Matter Plants Seeds of Change Across the Valley

By Aimee Welch. The weather is warming up, flowers are blooming, trees are sprouting brand new leaves – April is the perfect month to celebrate...

Closed for Business: The Government Shutdown’s Effect on Arizona

By Melissa Goodwin It’s the lead story on every news outlet, the topic of conversation in the lunchroom, and the trending topic on social media:...

Renewable Energy and Prop 127, in a nutshell

By Paul Hirt The citizen initiative that brought Prop 127 to the November ballot has drawn considerable attention and controversy. This article seeks to shed...

Seventh Annual USGBC Arizona State Conference Focuses on the Power of LEED Certification in the Market

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Arizona State Conference, the flagship green building event in the state, is bringing together more than 100 industry...

Gallego Gets the Green Light: Eco-conscious Kate Gallego officially announces run for mayor of Phoenix

By Dolores Tropiano Vice Mayor Kate Gallego was born and raised in Albuquerque, N.M., where the skies are clear and blue and open space is...

The Effect of Green Certified Homes on Real Estate Value

By Cassidy Rust More and more people are realizing that every action and decision they make affects the environment, whether that be a positive effect...

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