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Sedona City Hall hosts APS solar system project

Sedona AZ – Sedona City Hall will host a 150 kilowatt solar system under the APS Solar Communities program. The Solar Communities program is one of the ways in which APS is expanding access to solar statewide. APS will install, operate, and maintain the city’s solar photovoltaic system free of charge, and the city will receive a monthly bill credit from APS. Designed to enable non-residential customers... 

Yavapai College: OLLI Climate Change Discussion

Sedona AZ – Climate Change is already affecting human wellbeing in almost all parts of the Earth, and certainly here in Arizona as well. Smaller climate pressures like rising temperatures have already lead to large numbers of climate migrants, and larger climate pressures are now also leading to more and more climate refugees in our region. Current pressures and future projections will be discussed. Climate... 

Verde Valley Waterways Sustainability Questioned

Clarkdale AZ (February 29, 2012) – The Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization will facilitate the Second Community Dialogue – The Verde Valley Waterways Opportunities for Sustainable Economic Expansion and Growth on March 27, 2012. The meeting will include a Valley-wide survey presentation, the advantages of using Value Chain Mapping in a decision making process, and a review of the outcomes... 
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