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Tempe/ASU Event

by Lauren Kuby Sustainability Series: Saving our Cities in the Post-Trump Era William W. Goldsmith - Professor Emeritus, Cornell University William Goldsmith taught City and Regional Planning at Cornell and also at universities in Colombia, Brazil, Puerto [...]

City of Mesa Updates October 22, 2017

by Allison Boley 1. If you live, work, or play in Mesa, please consider taking a few moments to create an account at ImagineMesa.com and say "Me Too" to the following link which encourages the City of Mesa [...]

Tempe Urban Forestry Master Plan

by Aubrey Urban At the next voting session of the Tempe City Council, we believe they will be voting on whether to adopt the Tempe Urban Forestry Master Plan. If you live in Tempe and [...]

Phoenix Update – October 15, 2017

by Tara Briscoe Brownfield to Healthfields Project The brownfields project is an effort in partnership with the city of Phoenix, to transform abandoned commercial lots that are contaminated with toxic waste, into vibrant, healthy community [...]

Sustainable Business

by Chris Ammon The Sustainable Business team has identified the next panel discussion, "Capitalizing on Sustainability for Residential Housing." Sal Kogadai and Jim Moule are co-managing the development for this event.  They are working Solar Energy [...]

Urban Forestry in Tempe

by Aubrey Urban At the next voting session of the Tempe City Council, we believe they will be voting on whether to adopt the Tempe Urban Forestry Master Plan. (Last month, the Urban Forestry Master [...]

Tempe City Council Ballot Initiative

by Lauren Kuby Dark Money groups, spurred on by the Citizens United decision, have begun to infiltrate even city elections and Tempe Councilmember, in conjunction with former Attorney General Terry Goddard, have proposed a reform measure [...]

Adopt A Park, October 15, 2017

by James Brucker   Grab your gloves, Arizona Sustainability Alliance monthly Park Clean Up is at Rio Salado Park. It’s just west of the Tempe Center of the Arts. The park area needs cleaning, invasive [...]

City of Mesa Updates October 15, 2017

by Allison Boley   1. If you live, work, or play in Mesa, please consider taking a few moments to create an account at ImagineMesa.com and say "Me Too" to the following link which encourages the City [...]

Leadership Update for October 15, 2017

Leadership Update Ashley Camhi and Tara Briscoe   Events We have two really exciting events coming up this Saturday, October 21st! First, Reyna Olvey, priority leader for Sustainable Food System, and Tara Briscoe, priority leader [...]

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