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Sedona Clean and Green Energy Expo

John Neville of Sustainable Arizona invites the public to visit the Sedona Clean and Green Energy Expo Sedona AZ (May 11, 2010) – Join your friends and neighbors at the Clean and Green Energy Expo at the Sedona Public Library on Saturday, June 5 from 10 AM to 3 PM brought to you by Sustainable Arizona. Explore the latest in solar energy systems for the home. Discover how you can qualify for free... 

Conserve Arizona Water

Sedona AZ (April 11, 2010) – Plants don’t waste water, people do. April 2010 is Water Awareness Month. This month provides an opportunity to focus on becoming better water stewards. The Arizona Department of Water Resources asks that you to do your part in educating, celebrating, and taking action to save water – in April and every month. Arizona is desert southwest and its forests... 

Sedona Clean Energy Expo

Come to the Free Clean Energy Expo at the Sedona Elks Lodge, March 27 Sedona AZ (March 7, 2010) – Are you worried about the rising costs for heating and cooling your home? Are you a little too cold in the winter and a bit too hot in the summer? Do you think solar might be the solution? Are you confused by all the new government tax credits and utility rebates? Join friends and neighbors at... 

Sedona Water Wise and Awareness Events

Oak Creek Sedona AZ (February 23, 2010) – Join the Verde River Basin Partnership with Tom O’Halleran on March 31, 2010, at the Olde Sedona Grille in west Sedona for a breakfast hosted by the League of Women Voters. The breakfast is open to the public and the topics of discussion will be water preservation and the action necessary to preserve Arizona water resources. Gardens for... 

How Will Climate Change & Peak Oil Impact Sedona?

As of 2010, there are over 400 communities recognized as official Transition Towns in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Italy and Chile. The term transition towns has morphed into transition initiatives to reflect the range and type of communities involved.Sedona AZ (February 23, 2010) – Guy McPherson, professor emeritus, University of Arizona writes: ... 
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