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July 3, 2015 By Julie Thibodeaux Fort Worth children’s authors Jan Peck and David Davis believe in switching off lights when they leave a room, bringing reusable bags to the store and recycling. So the pair thought it was time to update Mother Goose for a more eco-friendly generation. The Green Mother Goose – Saving the World One Rhyme at a Time was published in 2011, by Sterling Publishing, a...
                  Local activists urge North Texans to let their political representatives know that the Keystone XL pipeline is part of an unsustainable future of fossil fuels. Above, protestors hold up signs at Klyde Warren Park in... Read more...
Nov. 18, 2014  By Amy Martin. Photos courtesy of Dallas Trinity Trails. The Great Trinity Forest — thousands of undeveloped acres south and southeast of downtown Dallas. The wild core is wedged between I-45 and US 175, where the Trinity River, finally freed from levees,... Read more...
  Bike gear magnets are some of the gift items that Re-Geared staff create using recycled parts at the Grapevine shop. Photos courtesy of Re-Geared. Nov. 17, 2014 By Penelope Taylor When your passions become a viable profession, exhilarating things can happen... Read more...
                        The city of North Richland Hills is considering requiring a special use permit for solar solar installations on street-facing slopes of a resident’s roof as well as for ground mounted systems... Read more...
                            Fort Worth-based Go Green Smokeless Oil International has created a biodegrable nontoxic motor oil.  Nov. 10, 2014  By Rita Cook  Texas is known as the leading oil... Read more...

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