Editoral Type Article


Above, Panelists Terry Kellogg and Daniel Katz with moderator Bryan Walsh, center, at the SXSW Eco conference held in Austin Oct. 7-9.

Oct. 15, 2013

Aug. 16, 2012

By Julie Thibodeaux

As more people forego using chemicals on their lawns and gardens and seek organic produce, many in the local green community were outraged that cities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area were ramping up efforts to combat mosquitos carrying West Nile virus by spraying pesticides in urban neighborhoods.

 This commentary is a response to a recent article in the pages of Green Source DFW on 'The Air Out There - The Quest for Clean Air in DFW', pollution and ozone levels in Dallas Ft. Worth.    

July 6, 2012

By Anna Clark     

This op ed was written in association with The Op Ed Project for the Huffington Post Green and has been re-published with permission.     

May 29, 2012   

For over 30 years, Elizabeth Dry has been an educator. She has worked in the public and private sectors at the campus, district and state levels and during this time says she has continually observed the natural engagement of all children to the environment. Through this observation, and keeping in mind the undeniable dropout rate of high school students, Dry says she decided to do something about it.