Arizona community action[edit | edit source]
Sustainability initiatives[edit | edit source]
Cycling activism[edit | edit source]
- Tucson: Cycling is popular in Tucson due to its flat terrain and dry climate. Tucson and Pima County maintain an extensive network of marked bike routes, signal crossings, on-street bike lanes, dedicated shared-use paths, and mountain-biking trails. The Tucson-Pima County Bicycle Advisory Committee (TPCBAC) serves in an advisory capacity to local governments on issues relating to bicycle recreation, transportation, and safety. Tucson was awarded a gold rating for bicycle-friendliness by the League of American Bicyclists in 2006.
Education for sustainability[edit | edit source]
Food activism[edit | edit source]
Native Seeds/SEARCH, nonprofit organization working to strengthen food security in the Greater Southwest
Sustainable transport activism[edit | edit source]
Sun Link, The Tucson Streetcar, (Wikipedia): Sun Link, also known as the Tucson Modern Streetcar, is a single-line streetcar system in Tucson, Arizona, United States. It opened on 25 July 2014, serving an estimated 17,000 riders on its opening day. The system's 3.9-mile (6.3 km) route connects the Arizona Health Sciences Center (including University Medical Center), the University of Arizona campus, the Main Gate and 4th Avenue shopping and entertainment districts, Downtown Tucson, the Tucson Convention Center, and the Mercado District under development west of Interstate 10.
Wikipedia: Hiking trails in Arizona (category)
Towards sustainable economies[edit | edit source]
Borderlands Restoration Leadership Institute, "Project-Based Learning Laboratory Cultivating a Restoration Economy in the U.S-Mexico Borderlands"
Resources[edit | edit source]
- Gilbert: Clean, Safe, Vibrant on Pinterest
Citizens data initiative[edit | edit source]
News and comment[edit | edit source]
Google’s new driverless car test wants everyday families to be first riders, Apr 25 
Events[edit | edit source]
Apr 2 Cyclovia Tucson
Oct 30 Cyclovia Tucson
See also[edit | edit source]
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- Arcosanti is an experimental town and molten bronze bell casting community in Yavapai County, central Arizona, 70 mi (110 km) north of Phoenix, at an elevation of 3,732 feet (1,130 meters). Its Arcology concepts were developed by the Italian-American architect, Paolo Soleri (1919-2013). He began construction in 1970, to demonstrate how urban conditions could be improved while minimizing the destructive impact on the earth. He taught and influenced generations of architects and urban designers who studied and worked with him there to build the town.