Livestream video of Wendy Davis, filibustering to keep Abortion access in Texas.

Elephant Journal

“Texas state senator Wendy Davis (D – Fort Worth) will be speaking until midnight to block the passage of a bill that would effectively force most abortion clinics in Texas to close.

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Meet The Employee-Centered Company That Could Eventually Take Down Wal-Mart

Green (Living) Review

The first two stores will be in Fort Worth and McKinney, Texas, on opposite sides of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, with each covering approximately 95,000 square feet, said Mike Read, the company’s spokesman. Prices as good or better than Wal-Mart?

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Peeps and Beer!

10,000 Birds

It was with a mix and horror and skepticism that I first read about the unholy marriage of Peeps and beer recently perpetrated by Fort Worth brewers The Collective Brewing Project and their partners in this crime at Lone Star Taps & Caps.

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Birding Morelia

10,000 Birds

One of the advantages of Morelia as a birding/tourist destination is that we receive direct flights from Houston on United, Dallas/Fort Worth on American, and Los Angeles, Oakland, San Jose (California), and Chicago/Midway on the Mexican carrier Volaris.

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Interest Grows in All Sorts of Biofuels in the US


Amtrak, is now running a daily train service from Oklahoma City to Fort Worth, Texas which uses 20 percent biodiesel rendered from local beef fat debris from slaughterhouses. As researchers in the U.S.

Activists are fighting for Oatmeal the Blind Steer


In Fort Worth Texas, Kendyll’s grandmother spoke to the close bond that Oatmeal and Kendyll shared. “I You’ve probably heard the news over the last few days that a blind steer named Oatmeal, raised as an FFA project, was sold at show to slaughter.

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Samsill Branches into Raw Ring Binders

Green (Living) Review

Fort Worth, TX, April 2012 : Samsill, the largest independently owned manufacture of three-ring binders has now added raw binders to their diverse line of ring binders.

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Dump the Pump – Take Transit to Beat Big Oil

Sierra Club Compass

Dallas Area Rapid Transit, the Fort Worth Transportation Authority, "The T", and the Denton County Transportation Authority are using the promotion to encourage new riders and celebrate National Dump the Pump day. By Michael Marx, Beyond Oil Campaign Director.

Building Movement Solidarity -- We Stand with Migrants

Sierra Club Compass

The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is home to immigrant communities from as far away as Nepal. And yet Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth are among the most polluted cities in the country, where residents are asked to stay inside when suffocating smog threatens to send children and the elderly to the emergency room.

GLASS RECYCLED Now Offering Eco-Friendly GlassPLANK as Terrazzo Alternative

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Texas-based GLASS RECYCLED – a manufacturer of environmentally-friendly products that serve the construction and interior design industry – is now offering an alternative to traditional terrazzo flooring that is eco-friendly, available in limitless color choices and adds much-desired points to LEED certified projects. Due to a number of advantages – including beauty, durability and ease of installation - terrazzo made by GLASS RECYCLED is growing in popularity as a sustainable floor, counter top, and interior wall finishes. Traditional terrazzo is a hard surface made from small pieces of marble aggregate mixed with a wet binder that is cured and polished to a smooth finish. Major mixing and pouring equipment is needed to install the product, then after a curing period of five to six days, electric grinding equipment is used on the terrazzo surface to achieve a high polish. GlassPLANK terrazzo is manufactured at the firm’s production facility then delivered and installed as easy as traditional flooring options. It is produced in varying thicknesses, with a number of standard and custom sizes available. As efficient as it is beautiful, it can be installed with a seam as small as 1/64”, and requires no onsite grinding, polishing or sealing. Made from recycled glass and epoxy, this fabulous ‘new breakthrough’ alternative is being used in office building, hospitals, schools, restaurants and a number of other commercial and residential applications. Since GLASS RECYCLED applications are non-porous, there is no need to seal the floors, countertops and walls, boosting cost efficiency, sustainability and friction. Aesthetically, glass brings sparkle, translucence, depth, and bright, highly consistent colors to all epoxy terrazzo applications. Also, traditional cement terrazzo’s compressive strength ranges from 4,800 to 7,000 psi and marble terrazzo has a compressive strength of 12,000 psi.GLASS RECYCLED terrazzo will equal or exceed that number since glass is harder than marble. Offering the beauty and durability of granite or marble, GLASS RECYCLED’s patented process brings the added benefit of nearly limitless color combinations. Whereas granite users may only select from what nature provides and is currently being mined, each piece of GLASS RECYCLED is custom formulated and manufactured from the customers’ specific design input. Recycled glass itself – including mirror and porcelain finishes – comes in hundreds of colors; and when blended with epoxy to match exact paint color choices, the final combined color choices are truly unlimited. To help this process, the company has just unveiled a new showcase on it’s website where designers can actually view color choices of glass and epoxy colors and create their own custom design – which is then created at GLASS RECYCLED’s manufacturing plant and shipped to the designer. In addition to their flooring terrazzo product, GLASSRECYCLED also has a number of other product lines. GlassSLAB is used for bath and kitchen countertops , GlassDECOR can be transformed into uniquely designed interior products such as table tops , glass panels, ceiling tiles and other imaginable applications and GlassSCAPE is loose, bagged recycled glass and porcelain aggregate product that can be used as a permanent and beautiful alternative to groundcover, mulch or used in fountain and aquariums. GLASS RECYCLED has been featured on HGTV, DIY and Extreme Home Makeover. To find out more about this cutting-edge product – which is marketed and fabricated in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas and shipped internationally as needed, visit There is, I must say, one problem that I have with the recycling of glass and that is the breaking up of bottles and jars that could be reused by being cleaned and refilled. It used to be done that way without any problems in years gone by. Only when a bottle or jar, in fact, is damaged, be it by a chip or breakage, should recycling into new glass or products such as this some into play. © 2011 Disclosure & Disclaimer Statement: The GREEN (LIVING) REVIEW received no compensation for any component of this article. This article is for your information only and the GREEN (LIVING) REVIEW does not (necessarily) approve, endorse or recommend the product, service or company mentioned.

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U.S. Bike-Sharing Fleet More than Doubles in 2013

Green Blog

Aspen, Columbus, Fort Worth, and Salt Lake City are among the more than a dozen programs that opened in 2013, joining a list of cities that have enjoyed bike sharing for longer, including Denver, San Antonio, Chattanooga, Madison, and Fort Lauderdale.

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Responsible Bathroom Water Conservation Tour Shows Americans How to Reduce the Use

Green (Living) Review

Fort Worth, Texas; San Francisco Bay area; San Antonio, Texas; Phoenix, Ariz.; PISCATAWAY, N.J. March 2011: Managing local water supplies – drop by drop – is now a mainstream concern across the United States. Many communities already are experiencing a tighter water supply, while 78% of consumers are looking for ways to cut household utility bills and energy costs.

Bike-Sharing Programs Hit the Streets in Over 500 Cities Worldwide

Green Blog

And Denver, which is looking to grow from near 500 to 700 bikes in 2013, is one of more than 15 public systems in the B-cycle family that give members access to bikes when they travel to different cities, including Madison, Fort Worth, Fort Lauderdale, San Antonio, Charlotte, and Kansas City.

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The Return of the Civic Square

The Green Changemakers

Click on any thumbnail below to view a slideshow: Pioneer Courthouse Square Portland, OR Campus Martius Detroit, MI Public Square Cleveland, OH Hyde Park Fort Worth, TX Union Square San Francisco, CA Piazza del Duomo Milano, Italy Trafalgar Square London, UK Rathausplatz Vienna, Austria 1.

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