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Texas' Dying Dolphins

From November 2011 to this past March, 123 bottlenose dolphins were found stranded along the Texas coastline. Researchers are trying to determine the cause of this “unusual mortality event.”

June 14th

Cycling Superheroes to Love Bomb Texas this Winter

Since 2000, a group of loosely organized people have gathered annually or biannually, doing spontaneous service while travelling, self-supported, on bicycles. Major aspects of the rides include: Providing service wherever they feel called Working cooperatively and using consensus decision making Daily mindfulness practice Having fun!

November 2nd

There’s Wind In Texas, Sometimes.

Texas is numero uno when it comes to wind power generation. The Lone Star state has installed wind power close to 5,000 megawatts which translates to enough electricity to power a million homes. The huge turbines, scattered across wide open spaces, conjure up more progressive feelings compared to those generated at the sight of oil […]

March 2nd

Texas Going Nuclear to Fight Climate Change?

The threat of global warming has created an opening for many utilities – and even some clean energy supporters – to push for nuclear power as a solution. Texas, in particular, has attracted more interest in new reactors than any other state and could become the biggest building ground for nuclear power plants. NRG Energy, […]

December 18th