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Speakers' Bureau

Pima Association of Governments may be able to provide a speaker to your group or organization from its Speakers' Bureau. A variety of topics are available through the Speakers' Bureau program. If you are interested in any of the following topics, please see the contact information below.

  • Thirsty for Answers? Water Supply in the Desert: Myths and Realities
  • Regional Transportation Authority -- A Transportation Plan for Today and the Future
  • Transportation Trends and Data -- Commute Patterns, Busiest Intersections and More
  • Population and Demographic Trends -- Putting Growth into Perspective
  • Clean Fuels -- Reduce your Dependence on Foreign Oil
  • Travel Demand Management -- The Keys to Reducing Traffic Congestion
  • Alternative Energy - Understanding Your Alternative Energy Options

Note: Requests will be accommodated only when meetings are conducted in public places.

Contact Information:
Sheila Storm
Communications Director
Pima Association of Governments
1 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite 401
Tucson, AZ 85701

Phone: (520) 792-1093
Fax: (520 620-6981

 


 

 

Transportation

"Transportation in our Region" is a Transportation 101 style presentation that discusses how transportation planning works at the regional and local level, how funding comes into play and what opportunities are available for the public to get involved in the process.

Buffelgrass

Buffelgrass, an invasive weed to the region, poses a serious, long-term threat to the desert's natural ecology.

Please contact PAG at (520) 792-1093 if you are interested in seeing a PowerPoint presentation on the challenge that buffelgrass poses to the region's desert environment.

 

Water

Thirsty for Answers

Pima Association of Governments presented "Thirsty for Answers? Water Supply in the Desert: Myths and Realities" at five public forums throughout Pima County in June 2007. The presentation, which was created under a grant from Central Arizona Water Conservation District, provides a broad framework for how water management works in the region and describes the various water sources and personal water use choices such as conservation and water harvesting. Click here for more information.

 

 

 

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