November 2018

Last time we reported on the prospects of a new regional air monitoring network the idea received a 7-0 vote from a Dallas City Council Committee on September 24th but was delayed by staff request from going to the council until December 12th. There was conjecture at the time that the delay was an excuse […]

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Register for the Electric Glide Bus Pub Crawl here. Thursday, December 6th Catch the bus at 6:30 or 7:00 pm at the Green Door in the Farmers Market District 600 South Harwood Dallas 75201   Plug In. Get Lit. Stay Current.   How did we get from cement plants burning hazardous waste in Midlothian to […]

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If a full day of informative workshops by experts, networking with other local activists and organizers, plus lunch wasn’t enough to get you interested in coming to our 1-Day University of Change on Saturday December 8th, what about a mid-day briefing from long-tine Oak Cliff Council Member Scott Griggs on the importance of the upcoming […]

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ROOT AND BRANCH 2019 Dec 5th-8th

by jim on November 11, 2018

3 Events to Make You a Better Activist      

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Regulators have been paying too much attention to the smog produced by Texas’ polluting coal plants, and not enough to the Sulfur Dioxide soaked Particulate Matter they emit according to a new report published last month in the Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association. Rice University’s Daniel Cohan and his colleagues found residents […]

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