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Healing Earth: An Interfaith Climate Action Fundraiser

WHAT: A fundraising event for Arizona Interfaith Power and Light WHEN: March 8, 2016,   6:30-8:30 p.m. WHERE: Temple Emanuel, 5801 S. Rural Road, Tempe AZ (map) COST: $50 per person   We encourage you to gather with us to support the mission of AZIPL: to mobilize people of faith in Arizona to reduce the [...]

By |April 17th, 2016|Action|0 Comments

“Holy Ground” at Oak Flat Campground

San Carlos Apache Tribe.  For nearly two decades the San Carlos Apaches have been fighting to protect lands they consider sacred. Oak Flat, just 70 miles east of Phoenix, a few miles beyond Superior on Highway 60, is a place of great natural beauty that is popular among rock climbers and campers.  The San Carlos [...]

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Great Climate March

On April 6 and 7, The Great March for Climate Action will be passing through Phoenix. 1000 marchers started in LA on March 1 and plan to walk nearly 3,000 miles across America to Washington, D.C. to change the heart and mind of American and its elected leaders to act NOW to address the climate [...]

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Annual Ecumenical Lenten Carbon Fast

Over the past few years, thousands of people the world over have welcomed a day-by-day opportunity to fast from carbon as their Lenten discipline. Initiated by the UCC and endorsed by Episcopalians, people of every Christian perspective – and people who are not Christians – have benefited from this opportunity to become more conscious and conscientious [...]

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Limit Carbon Emissions

The Environmental Protection Agency pushed back their public comment deadline on the proposal to limit carbon emissions at new power plants. We now have until May 9 to make sure they hear us – and we need your help. Right now, there are absolutely no limits on the amount of carbon pollution power plants can spew into our air. That’s [...]

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Prayer Vigil at Legislature

On February 18, AZIPL sponsored a Prayer Vigil  as part of Environmental Day at the Arizona Legislature. Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Native American and Unitarian Universalists gave thanks for the Earth which sustains us day by day and called on our political leaders to protect our children’s future by forging responsible, Earth-friendly legislation that protects Arizona [...]

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St. Phillips Saves with Solar

Tucson, AZ — St. Philip’s in the Hills Episcopal Church is celebrating the completion of their solar power system. Installed on three covered parking structures, this project was made possible by a generous gift from dedicated parishioner Dr. Donna Cosulich. St. Philip’s dedication to solar power and the environment is not a new commitment. The St. Philip’s Green Team has been investigating and enacting ways for the [...]

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Saint Francis in the Foothills Powered by the Sun

Saint Francis in the Foothills celebrated spring with the installation of solar panels.  192 of the 252 photovoltaic panelsare now installed on the roofs of the International School for Peace. The remaining 60 create a solar canopy for the entrance of the Center. These latter panels are unique. They are called bifacial, which means that they not only collect [...]

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Flagstaff Federated Solar Story

Going solar was the brainchild of Rachel Davis and Mick Henry, members of the church. They spent over 500 hours over a year and a half getting bids, testing out the idea, crunching numbers and pitching the proposal to the church. The 132 solar panels were installed in November of 2011, with the money coming from [...]

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Community Christian’s Solar Story

Community Christian Church, Tempe, has installed 39.4 KW of pv panels, which will provide 85% of their energy needs-leaving room for further energy efficiency efforts. Two parking structures were erected in the back parking lot to accommodate the solar panels. Installation of the panels is made possible through a power purchase agreement (PPA). An investor [...]

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