Citizens League for Environmental Action Now (CLEAN)

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  • Past the Peak - what the peak oil theory means to the economy

    Past the Peak - what the peak oil theory means to the economy

    Except for scores of cars abandoned on the shoulder, the eight-lane highway was nearly empty one Friday morning last September. Gas stations along the feeder roads were closed, with trash overflowing the bins and blowing across the pavement. ...

    Donna Mosher

  • Brownfields: eyesore or opportunity?

    Brownfields: eyesore or opportunity?

    Minute Maid Park, the Downtown Aquarium and the Federal Reserve Bank are all examples of how the City of Houston is cleaning up and reusing local brownfields to create positive impacts on the community through its Brownfields Redevelopment Program. ...

    Geoffrey Castro

  • Global chemical contamination serious threat to child development.

    Global chemical contamination serious threat to child development.

    Global chemical contamination serious threat to child development Geoffrey MVD 2 3 2005-08-04T14:12:00Z 2005-08-04T14:12:00Z 1 816 4493 Clean 37 10 5299 11.5606 ...

    Vicki Wolf

  • Biomimicry: solutions hidden in plain sight

    Biomimicry: solutions hidden in plain sight

    Some call it arrogance, the way human beings believe it is possible to out-smart nature with science and technology. Now, Houston and other large cities deal with excessive water runoff as a result of cutting down forests and paving over ...

    Vicki Wolf

  • Better safe than sorry: using the precautionary principle to prevent harm

    Better safe than sorry: using the precautionary principle to prevent harm

    Concerned about the increase in disease, declining natural resources and the rate at which some species are becoming extinct, a group of environmentalists, farmers, industry leaders and health care professionals explored solutions. In 1998, ...

    Vicki Wolf