Climate Debate Ruckus

The demand for a Presidential Debate focused exclusively on climate change is turning into another test of grassroots power in the Democratic Party. The Democratic National Committee set up a series of 12 debates for the 2020 cycle, none with a single focus. In the face of pressure to hold a single-issue debate focused of […]

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Protect Our Water Arizona

Northern Arizona Climate Change Alliance (NAZCCA) is hosting a talk by Kevin Gibson B.Sc. PhD with “Protect Our Water Arizona” who will discuss the risk to water supplies from fracking in Northern AZ and Statewide, and especially for Red Gap Ranch. This presentation will include explanations of the different fracking techniques and various terminology used […]

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Climate Change Not A Myth to Arizonans

PHOENIX (May 21st, 2019) – More than two-thirds of Arizona voters say climate change is occurring, according to the latest OHPI Arizona Public Opinion Poll (AZPOP). “The existence of global warming has been hotly debated in the last decade but climate change deniers appear to be losing the battle in Arizona,” said Mike Noble, chief of […]

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Green New Deal Town Hall of Northern AZ

Join us for a great evening of learning in a non-confrontational setting with many political groups in attendance. We all need to understand how to prepare for a future changed by more intense weather patterns and resulting economic variability. Environmental infrastructure protection and social justice go hand-in- hand! The Green New Deal is what our […]

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NAZCCA Climate Elders of Flagstaff Presentation

Northern AZ Climate Change Alliance (NAZCCA) will host a presentation with Climate Elders of Flagstaff who have lived here all their lives and have experienced how things have changed across longer time spans. Learn how climate change has affected the ranching community and the presence of springs in the forest, how it is changing river […]

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Encourage politicians to support bipartisan carbon bill

Contrary to its headline, “US lagging behind others in reforestation” was full of good news. Global reforestation is making a dent in the global carbon emissions that fuel climate change. Surprisingly, China leads the pack with 66 billion trees planted since 1970. Tiny Pakistan is planting a billion trees, Australia’s goal is 20 million and […]

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Climate change denial backed dirty industry

Another recent letter to the editor cast doubts on human-caused global climate change and what its future effects will likely be. Incredibly, there is still debate about something that has been scientifically accepted by U.S. federal agencies and most climate scientists on earth. It’s not about today’s local weather. It’s about historical evidence of global […]

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Environmental News and Action Alerts

by Christa Sadler, 2d Vice Chair of ADP Environmental Caucus Drought Contingency Plan Arizona finally got realistic and signed the Drought Contingency Plan (DCP) on the very last day they could do so, January 31. Doing so avoided the need to have the feds step in and decide for us how our water issues would […]

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Tackling climate change now a bipartisan issue

Climate change is a defining feature of modern life, and the issue is now even spanning party lines. The past few months have seen key policy changes that begin to address the effects of climate change. After the release of the U.S. Global Change Research Program’s Fourth National Climate Assessment, it is clear that if […]

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