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Arizona Focus on Sustainability 05/18/2012

  • Aired: 05/18/2012
  • 27:13
  • Rating: NR
A vacant lot in downtown Phoenix is transformed into a field of sunflowers that will produce bio fuels. ASU global institute of sustainability plans to use a 27 million dollar grant that was donated from the family that owns Walmart. A man-made oasis that is part of Arizona’s largest waste water treatment system and a valley nonprofit offers advice on how to live a more sustainable life style.
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Exploring where Arizona's environmental, economic and social challenges intersect.
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