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School districts are making it official, filing a lawsuit against the state.
The 151,000-square-foot ENR2 building, with its slot canyon design, nearly 300 artistic inlays and Sonoran Desert-inspired décor, is a physical and symbolic representation of the UA's commitment to promote interdisciplinary research among those who focus on earth science, environmental programs and natural resources.
Hydroponic growers and scientists at Kubota Labs at University of Arizona's Controlled Environment Agriculture Center are finding ways to make strawberries an Arizona crop for winter visitors, summer dwellers, and for export, as strawberries were 50 years ago, when deep red and delicious strawberries grew abundantly in Arizona's warm and fertile irrigated fields, from the Salt River farms on south to the shaded valleys near the border. That stopped. But soon, again, in pesticide-free, raised hydroponic greenhouse beds.
A small community in Snowflake, Arizona, has retreated into the desert to escape modern life. Subscribe to The Guardian ► http://is.gd/subscribeguardian Residents say they have multiple chemical sensitivities and environmental illness, which have not been scientifically proven as real illnesses by medical professionals. 6x9 experience solitary confinement ► http://bit.ly/6x9gdn The Guardian ► http://is.gd/guardianhome Suggested videos: True conviction ► http://bit.ly/TrueConviction The 'tree man' of Bangladesh ► http://bit.ly/TreeManBang Guardian playlists: Comment is Free ► http://is.gd/cifplaylist Guardian Docs ► http://is.gd/guardiandocs Guardian Features ► https://goo.gl/JThOzd Guardian Animations & Explanations ►http://is.gd/explainers Guardian Investigations ► http://is.gd/gua...
With the temperature reaching nearly 50°C (over 120° F), the searing heat of Phoenix, Arizona has provided the toughest environment for Hot Weather Validation Testing of the new Aston Martin DB11. Explore DB11: astonmartin.com/db11
11 different magazines were subjected to the Phoenix, AZ environment during the summer of 2016. How did they fare?
"Say Your Thing" is a segment where ASU students can listen on their own time to the messages of those who regularly call for attention on the campus malls, whether it is the club behind a booth, the activist holding a petition, or the preacher on a platform. http://www.thewireddevil.blog.asu.edu
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT 07: Drought, Arizona and Utah Prolonged drought coupled with water withdrawals have caused a dramatic drop in Lake Powell's water level. These images show the northern part of the lake, which is actually a deep, narrow, meandering reservoir that extends from Arizona upstream into southern Utah. The 1999 image shows water levels near full capacity. By May 2014, the lake had dropped to 42 percent of capacity. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Source: http://climate.nasa.gov/state_of_flux#Lakepowell_930x544.jpg Music: Stellardrone - Galaxies (CC BY) ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Environmental change is defined as a change or disturbance of the environment caused by human influences or n...
What is unique about doing a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment in Arizona? What is one of the challenges of doing Phase I Environmental Site Assessments in Arizona? Discussed by Partner Engineering and Science's Kathryn Peacock http://www.partneresi.com/city/phoenix.php
34th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards Presented by Arizona Forward in partnership with SRP Arizona Forward initiated the Environmental Excellence Awards in 1980 to recognize outstanding contributions to the physical environment of our local communities. The program has grown significantly and now serves as a benchmark for promoting sustainability, conserving natural resources and preserving our unique desert environment for future generations. The coveted Crescordia — a Greek term meaning "growing in harmony" — is given as the highest honor in each category. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum was chosen for championing the fragile Sonoran Desert ecosystem and nurturing its inhabitants, while fostering public appreciation, understanding, and stewardship.
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The Waste Programs Division advances ADEQ’s mission by administering a variety of regulatory and remedial programs that ensure the proper handling of solid and hazardous wastes as well as safe and efficient cleanup of soil and groundwater contaminated sites that pose a risk to human health.
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Environmental Health and Safety captures the events of a fatal incident in a lab, what could happen and how to prevent injury or even death.
(Comments allowed, unlike the original ADEQ video) So, Kelli Ward made it pretty clear she doesn't necessarily believe what these people are saying, but made it clear a number of people had been asking her to hold a meeting, so here it is in its entirety. I applaud her for holding the meeting, even if she doesn't agree with what the people are saying, that's a good representative. The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality apparently can't do anything even if Barium, Aluminum and Strontium are being sprayed over the entire population, even though their mission statement says they are supposed to look after the environment and health of their citizens- It's all the FAA and Federal Government, nothing states can do is the message.
From http://www.witness.org | On January 24, 2012 during the State of the Union address, President Obama recognized that, "[T]he differences in this chamber may be too deep right now to pass a comprehensive plan to fight climate change." Jaime Lynn Butler, an 11-year old Navajo artist recognizes the extreme difficulty this administration faces and that the Whitehouse is doing all it thinks it can do in this political climate to address climate change. But Jaime also recognizes that there will be guaranteed consequences of climate change if America fails to do more than what is politically feasible. According to leading climate scientists, the Earth is in "imminent peril" and should we fail to make a massive assault on CO2 pollution we will unravel the entire life-support system of our civi...
Leafly visited Arizona Natural Selections to learn more about how they’ve created a welcoming, professional, and healthcare-driven environment designed to make patients from all walks of life feel comfortable. Their seed-to-sale approach, strict testing, and dedicated team of expert employees come together to ensure that Arizona Natural Selections is able to fulfill their mission of providing high-quality, lab-tested cannabis to their patients. Each plant, like each patient, is given individualized attention at Arizona Natural Selections, where they grow over 120 varieties of cannabis in-house, and offer a full spectrum of strain and product varieties ranging from heavy-hitting indica flowers to high-CBD concentrates. View Arizona Natural Selections’ Scottsdale profile and menu on Leafly...
The University of Arizona Water Network is an online hub for information about water research, education and activities at UA. The website reflects UA's core water strengths: drought and climate; environmental systems; industry and technology; management and policy; and people and culture. Learn more at water.arizona.edu. Video by University of Arizona Water Sustainability Program.
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