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Historic ACC decision steers utilities toward clean energy

15 Mar

For the first time ever, the Arizona Corporation Commission has voted not to acknowledge the energy resource plans of the…

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Phoenix, SRP reach historic water agreement

8 Mar

The Phoenix City Council has approved a 40-year partnership with Salt River Project to help ensure reliable water deliveries in…

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Officials build new homes for bats in Marana

7 Mar

Most people believe bats primarily live in caves, but the concrete crevices under the old Ina Road bridge in Marana have provided…

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Havasupai children ask Trump to end canyon mining

7 Mar

The beat of a single drum rang out as Dianna White Dove Uqualla sang a prayer for a group of…

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Lori Singleton will lead Arizona Forward

1 Mar

The Arizona Forward board of directors has named Lori Singleton to lead the state’s oldest environmental advocacy organization as the…

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Golf balls that land in water hazards often find new life

17 Feb

Those golf balls that land in water hazards? It turns out many are brought back to life. An estimated 300…

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Arizona farmers look for ways to save water

13 Feb

As water supplies in Arizona dwindle due to drought, groundwater pumping and a warming climate, farmers increasingly are facing poorer…

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Phoenix Open is largest zero waste event in the world

28 Jan

When the Waste Management Phoenix Open begins this week at TPC Scottsdale, it will do so having been internationally recognized…

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UA examines psychological effects of climate change

22 Jan

Wildfires, extreme storms and major weather events can seem like a distant threat, but for those whose lives have been…

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White Mountain Apache water measure sidetracked by labor regulations

13 Jan

A bill to provide desperately needed water project funding for the White Mountain Apache tribe was expected to pass easily…

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