Scott Parkin: Former North Texan activist says ‘More efforts needed to stop assault on environment’

Scott Parkin: Former North Texan activist says ‘More efforts needed to stop assault on environment’

on Nature

Former North Texan activist says ‘More efforts needed to stop assault on environment’ July 23, 2014 By Amy Martin   Scott Parkin wants you to raise a ruckus. Maybe even break a few laws.   The eco-activist, who was born in 1969 and raised in Garland, has worked with the Ruckus Society and participated in Bill McKibben’s call for civil …

‘Sustainable leaders’ honored by GreenSourceDFW for green work

‘Sustainable leaders’ honored by GreenSourceDFW for green work

on Nature

‘Sustainable leaders’ honored for GREEN work by Amy Martin for White Rock Lake Weekly  Apr 16, 2014 | 651 views | 0  | 7  |  |  Photo by GSDFW/Libbie Simonton From left to right, Memnosyne Institute cofounders Mary Ann Thompson-Frenk and Joshua Frenk, 2014 GSDFW Sustainable Leadership award winners Zac Trahan, Rita Beving, Greg Jacob (accepting for Nanci Taylor), Margie Haley and Gary Olp, and Green Source DFW project …

Amy at Texas Faith: Would you want to live to 120 years old?

Amy at Texas Faith: Would you want to live to 120 years old?

TEXAS FAITH: Would you want to live to 120 years old?   question by:Bill McKenzie / Editorial Columnist Would you want to live forever? Okay, maybe not forever. But what do you think about what’s called “radical life extension?” The Pew Research Religion and Public Life Project recently polled Americans about how they feel about efforts to keep people living …

The Web of Recycling

The Web of Recycling

THE WEB OF RECYCLING by Amy Martin (c) www.moonlady.com An aluminum can, emptied of its fluid contents, is tossed into a recycling bin and taken away. Is it a profound act of community? A spiritual ritual? An ecological cure-all? Or just another version of garbage in and garbage out? The clattering of a plastic jug in a recycling bin rings …

The Folly of Force & Mosquitos

The Folly of Force & Mosquitos

by Amy Martin   We know. We know that that we live in an ecosystem that struggles to stay balanced and healthy. We know we are connected to the ecosystem and connected to each other in a web of life. It’s clear to us that by spraying poisons only one day ‘s worth of mosquitoes are killed. Also killed are the mosquito …

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