Indige FEWSS Sixth World SNF train

For the Diné Community, By the Diné Community

A partnership between IndigeFEWSS and Sixth-World Solutions (SWS) has received a $100,000 grant from the Arizona Institutes for Resilience (AIR) entitled “Indigenous resilience: Co-designing and deploying off-grid household solar nanofiltration water systems for remote Navajo communities.

Texas snow and blackouts are a preview for all of us

A newsmaker interview with former US Surgeon General Dr. Richard Carmona plus the “once in a generation” storm impacting Texas and much of the nation. We talk with University of Arizona Climate Scientist Dr. Zack Guido.

Announcing the 2021 AIR Resilience Grants Recipients

AIR’s call for Resilience Grant proposals brought in 31 unique submissions for activities that advance the institute’s mission of supporting interdisciplinary groups, including off-campus partners, to develop practical, applied solutions that further resilience in our natural and human communities.

Tucson, Arizona, opens new compost facility

The city has also partnered with the University of Arizona to offer a commercial pickup program.