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Maricopa Community Colleges sponsored a visit from Charles Hopkins with UNESCO, Chair for Sustainability, to Arizona. Charles Hopkins lectured at each college in Maricopa County and also visited Arcosanti. The purpose of his travels is to develop a curriculum that focuses on Sustainability issues, to be taught to pre-high school children.?

Maricopa Community Colleges sponsored a visit from Charles Hopkins with UNESCO, Chair for Sustainability, to Arizona. Charles Hopkins lectured at each college in Maricopa County and also visited Arcosanti. The purpose of his travels is to develop a curriculum that focuses on Sustainability issues, to be taught to pre-high school children. from left: Roger Tomalty, Cosanti Foundation, Mary Hoadley, Cosanti Foundation, Charles Hopkins, UNESCO, Paolo Soleri, Chuck Burke, Arizona DEQ (Department of Environmental Quality), Tony Brown, Arcosanti Alumni and founder of ECOSA and Tomiaki Tamura, Cosanti Foundation.
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Participants were Jeff Zucker of CATALYST, Barnabas Kane of LAND ARC 4, Melanie DeBo Stauffer with ARCANA, Charles Hopkins with UNESCO, Peter L. Obelia, volunteer with AZ DEQ, Gail Bliss with AZ DEQ, Charles Burke with AZ DEQ, Tony Brown, ECOSA, and architect Stephen Reed. Paolo Soleri gave a presentation of his present focus, a design of a linear city that he calls an Urban Ribbon. More to come on the Urban Ribbon design.
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