TWU prof leads weekly neighborhood clean up

Jan. 9, 2012

Fort Worth resident Carol Sullivan came up with a unique way to clean up her block. 

All over Dallas - Fort Worth,  Churches are adopting sustainable practices.  We would welcome stories about these efforts - [email protected]    

By Julie Thibodeaux    

Dallas Eco-Op Coming Soon!

When Heather Rinaldi gets a notion, you better watch out!  The founder of Texas Worm Ranch got the idea that the green community needed a place where environmental groups could have classses,  meetings and events.

By Rita Cook    

Todd Howard is an architect, but not just any architect since his firm, t. howard + associates in Dallas, is “the” authority on Design for Wellbeing®.
“[It is] a sustainability-centered approach, which focuses on the building elements that support the health and development of the individuals whose lives are sheltered within our designs,” Howard explains.

Our Facebook Friends' New Years Resolutions

Here is a group of New Year's Resolutions from our Facebook Friends. Please friend GreenSourceDFW on Facebook.

 Harmony Hailey Brown

Dec. 26, 2011
    
Around New Year’s, many of us resolve to make positive changes in our lives. We wondered what eco-friendly habits members of the local green community were vowing to adopt in the upcoming year. Here’s a few of DFW's green New Year’s resolutions for 2012:
 

By Brandolon Barnett      

By Julie Thibodeaux    
 
Dave Pennington, a Richardson-based inventor and entrepreneur, wants to save the world.   Most days, the Chicago native stays busy developing his inventions, which include a portable wood-fired pizza oven and a dome home, both created from styrofoam and other recycled materials.

Dec. 19, 2011    

It’s a local group, these seven Fort Worth-based performers called Vocal Trash.  An unusual “troupe of environmental performers” as they call themselves traveling from Cedar Hill to Colorado spinning their message of eco-friendly living.

By Rita Cook

In the perfect world of thinking green the car you drive can add up to a lot when considering Mother Earth.

A good case in the point is the Chevrolet Volt, which I recently drove and I was actually quite pleased too.  Not only is it all about fuel efficiency to the tune of about 379 miles on a full battery charge and a tank of gas, but I was also noticed just about everywhere I went with a thumbs up pointed in my direction.


By Rita Cook    

By Julie Thibodeaux

 

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