Stories about advocacy for the environment

Bluebird Population Booms in Fort Worth

 April 17, 2012

Bluebirds have long been a symbol of happiness and good fortune. Native Americans considered them sacred, and today, a glimpse of their iridescent blue wings still give people a thrill. Although these birds are a rare sight in the city, you can see more and more of them in Fort Worth if you know where to look, thanks to Jim Marshall.

Published Thursday, April 12, 2012     

Our weekly Green Roundup will let you know about deals going on at businesses in our green business directory (check it out if you haven't already). We'll also be detailing volunteer opportunities with local non-profits. It's one more way we're hoping to support and shine a light on the work of sustainable entrpreneurs and green businesses in the DFW area. This week -

(Photo: A shot of Dallas City Council Member Delia Jasso and other locals biking in Seville, Spain)     

By Jada Brazell     


(Photo: Josephine Keeny, second from left, with other winners in the 2011 Green Source DFW Environmental Leadership Awards)     

April 9, 2012   

An Arlington volunteer with a green thumb, now has a green award to go with it.

By Jada Brazell     

Has Dallas outgrown the bicycle? The massive freeways jutting through the city might suggest it has. So might its 340 square miles, not counting the outlying areas, which add up to more than 14,000 square miles.

 

By Downwinders at Risk    

Re-Published Thursday, March 29, 2012     

Published Wednesday, March 28, 2012     

On Tuesday, March 27th, non-profit environmental organizations in the area will host an open meeting to discuss the recommendations of the Dallas Gas Drilling Commission. In the lead-up to the meeting, Green Source is hosting a short series of commentaries by Marc McCord of FracDallas intended to stimulate conversation around gas drilling, public health, and environmental public policy in Dallas/Ft. Worth.

On Tuesday, March 27th, non-profit environmental organizations in the area will host an open meeting to discuss the recommendations of the Dallas Gas Drilling Commission. In the lead-up to the meeting, Green Source is hosting a short series of commentaries by Marc McCord of FracDallas intended to stimulate conversation around gas drilling, public health, and environmental public policy in Dallas/Ft. Worth.

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