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EPA sets new emissions controls on three Arizona power plants

EPA sets new emissions controls on three Arizona power plants

By Cale OttensCronkite News Generating controversy The three coal-burning power plants that are affected by the EPA’s ruling requiring upgraded clean-air equipment: • Apache Generating StationOwned by: Arizona Electric Power CooperativeLocation: Cochise, Ariz. • Cholla Power PlantOwned by: Arizona Public

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Pronghorn among species most threatened by nation’s water woes

Pronghorn among species most threatened by nation’s water woes

By Andrew Boven   Cronkite News WASHINGTON – A new report lists the endangered Sonoran pronghorn as one of the  species most threatened by water problems across the nation. The pronghorn was one of 17 species identified Wednesday by the 

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Valley business to recycle political signs into profits

Valley business to recycle political signs into profits

By Tian Chen Cronkite News Service Although the general election came to an end Tuesday, campaign signs still cover street corners all over Phoenix. Cronkite News reporter Tian Chen tells us how these election signs will have life after the

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Aire puro para Arizona

Aire puro para Arizona

PHOENIX – Los residentes del Condado de Maricopa ya no tienen que preguntar cómo pueden reducir la contaminación del aire solo deben comprometerse a ser parte de la solución por lo menos un día de la semana. El Departamento de

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ASU researchers give cities a new perspective on climate change

ASU researchers give cities a new perspective on climate change

By: Jarrod  Nelson Cronkite News Service Arizona State University scientist developed a program showing us when and where gas is being used most in Phoenix. The program, named hestia after the Greek goddess of hearth and home, can pin point carbon

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Preserve Nature

Preserve Nature

Photo by Chris Parrish, Peregrine Fund Cronkite News Service A California condor, tagged No. 22, spreads its wings over the Grand Canyon. More than 140 hunters turned in their bullets before leaving Kaibab National Forest, part in a Arizona Game

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Nature up Close

Nature up Close

The Adobe Mountain Wildlife Center Open House is your opportunity to learn more about wildlife native to Arizona and other education programs the Department offers. The event will feature:      Live wildlife displays      Learn to cast at our fishing

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Save Money by Going GREEN

Save Money by Going GREEN

Going green is in this season and Arizona está más caliente que nunca! Being Echo friendly is a way of not only helping your environment but nourishing your pocket book as well. Want to catch on to the trend? Here

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