Month: May 2013

Killing Jobs or Killing All But..?

When I first encountered serious air pollution was in L. A. in the early 1970s while returning from the Navy in San Diego to civilian life again in Detroit. While I found likable aspects, including MOCA, Hancock Park and the

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You’re Going to Learn Something Here. Two TED Talks. Two Movers in Sustainable Food/Living.

Barton Seaver Just last week I caught part of a local NPR radio talk show given over to Barton Seaver. Very knowledgeable. Very sensible. Maybe some of you have heard of him before? A native of Washington, DC, he’s a

Headline: “Annapolis named a Tree City USA”

For 21 years running, Annapolis has achieved the criteria needed in order to be named a Tree City USA member by having: – A tree board/department. – A tree-care ordnance. – An annual community forestry budget. – An Arbor Day

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“Where’s the Garbage Disposer?” (One of several starting points to a LEED® for Homes Platinum Residence in Anne Arundel County.)

In the mid-March post “Renewable Energy Commitment for Savings,” I foretold of an upcoming post about an area homeowner who likes watching the electric meter go backwards at the only LEED® for Homes Platinum certified single-family residence in Anne Arundel

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