Is it scooter company Lime’s moment to shine?


But in recent weeks Lime has started to open up services, as more of an essential operation, in Paris, Tel Aviv, Berlin, Copenhagen, Warsaw, Oklahoma City, Austin, Columbus, Washington, D.C. and other cities. It appears that riders in these cities are turning to scooters as a major transportation service. Some cities such as Paris are working hard to make sure that a post-pandemic world isn’t overrun with single occupancy vehicle driving.

It is time for Oklahoma's oil and gas industry to join the fight in saving the Edmond suburb!

Environmental Economics

Fight the good fight: Facing a six-year barrage of increasingly large earthquakes, Oklahoma regulators are effectively ordering the state’s powerful oil-and-gas industry to substantially cut back the underground disposal of industry wastes that have caused the tremors across the state. The directive covers 411 injection wells in a rough circle that includes Oklahoma City and points northeast.

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Girl Scouts Camp Trivera combines STEM and sustainable architecture


Inhabitat caught up with Shannon Evers, the CEO of Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma, to learn more about Camp Trivera. The facility is set to open in September 2020 in Oklahoma City. Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma is proud to lead the way within our community and for the broader network of Girl Scouts throughout the country. Camp Trivera is a space dedicated to progress as a green oasis in the heart of Oklahoma City and a site for girls to pursue STEM education.

Earth Source Organics Announces Drive to Help Tornado Victims in Oklahoma

Green (Living) Review

Earth Source Organics partners with Feeding America to aid those affected by the deadly Oklahoma tornado. San Diego, CA, June 07, 2013 : In the suburbs of Oklahoma City, a massive tornado left a 17-mile path of destruction on Monday, May 20th, causing tragic fatalities and hundreds of injuries. We want to connect all people in spirit, love, and compassion, especially during this terribly sad time in Oklahoma,” says owner Audrey Darrow.

The war on the homeless

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) In the USA, the land of the free and the home of the brave, Philadelphia bans outdoor feeding of people in the city. Atlanta, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, Miami, Oklahoma City and more than fifty other big cities have adopted some kind of anti-camping or anti-food sharing laws. Denver, Colorado, has bans on eating and sleeping on property without permission, and that could and will mean park benches.

Climate change pushes US weather to extremes


Oklahoma City saw a temperature this week of -14°F, the coldest it’s been since 1899, before Oklahoma was even a state. Many cities across the U.S. Terrible hurricanes in the summer and temperatures now plunging to the lowest they’ve been in decades in much of the U.S. —

A New Measure of Food Deserts

Sightline Daily

Take a look, for example, at the three largest cities in the Pacific Northwest. But Vancouver, BC, isn’t just a regional standout: if the city were in the US, it would rank #4 for food access in the country, trailing only New York, San Francisco, and Philadelphia. In Indianapolis and Oklahoma City, by Walk Score’s reckoning, only one resident out of twenty lives within easy walking distance of a grocery store.

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The Fracking Frenzy's Impact on Women | PR Watch

PR Watch

That combination includes a "swarm" of earthquakes in north-central Arkansas tied to underground injection of wastewater from hydraulic fracturing (Greenwire, June 22, 2011), along with other tremors in central and southern Oklahoma. In Oklahoma, the rate of earthquakes greater than magnitude 3.0 earthquake near Oklahoma City in November. There are 181 injection wells in the Oklahoma county where the November earthquake happened. Skip to Main Content Area.

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Dozens of U.S. Cities Board the Bike-Sharing Bandwagon

Green Blog

When New York City opened registration for its much anticipated public bike-sharing program on April 15, 2013, more than 5,000 people signed up within 30 hours. Eager for access to a fleet of thousands of bicycles, they became Citi Bike members weeks before bikes were expected to be available. By spring 2014, that number will likely double as a flurry of cities joins the more than 500 bike-sharing communities worldwide.