June 2017

“An Evening of Science and Socializing” Monday, June 22nd  7- 9 pm   The Ginger Man 3715 Camp Bowie   Featured Guest: Dr. David Sterling, Professor of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of North Texas Health Science Center Co-Sponsored by the Fort Worth League of Neighborhoods In 2013, researchers at the University of North Texas Health Science […]

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Our local “environmental paper of record”  DFW GreenSource has a piece up about the DFW Air Research Consortium’s plan for a local 21st Century air monitoring network that quotes UNT Health Science Center researcher Leslie Allsopp and Downwinders’ Chair Tamera Bounds. Meanwhile the Texas Observer just put up an article about Downwinders’ Wise County Ozone […]

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In case you missed it, last Thursday the Bluestone company pulled its permit request for a new fracking waste Injection well that was going to be sited on the western shores of Lake Arlington. Congratulations to Liveable Arlington and everyone else who contributed to this victory. It’s always great when you can stop a bad […]

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      Only three months into the 2017 “ozone,” or smog, season, DFW has already recorded air pollution levels high enough to guarantee the region will remain in violation of the Clean Air Act for the 26th year in a row. The bad news? So far, we’ve had a pretty mild kick-off to “ozone […]

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Get Me To the Geeks

by jim on June 8, 2017

Come See How Radical The Future Really Is 3 Evenings of Exploring One of the Most Exciting Collaborations between Scientists and Citizens in the Nation while their grant is under consideration at the National Science Foundation   A consortium of North Texas universities, municipalities, and citizen groups, including Downwinders at Risk, is laying the foundation […]

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