Author Archives: Naima

Let’s Fix This

My heart sinks quick, the efforts I tried weren’t working, and all I can do is drive off feeling guilty, angry, and sad. That’s the overwhelming feeling I get when I find a loose dog, which happens too often in … Continue reading

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Green Tips For The Holidays

The mosquitoes are still out but there is a slight crispness in the air. Fall and the holidays are approaching fast. Time flies when you’re writing environmental articles every week! It’s been a while since I’ve done a quick reminder … Continue reading

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Palm Oil Update Fall 2017

Whoever first put chocolate and peanut butter together was a pure genius. It’s the time of the year when candy surrounds us. It’s in huge bags at the stores, in everyone’s office bowls, at friend’s houses and, of course, on … Continue reading

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Wild Film Tour Across Texas

A rare night in Dallas is happening on October 25th. No, it’s not a crazy Halloween bash, it’s a night to view rare short films, three of which are premiering in Dallas. An intimate evening in Oak Cliff to watch … Continue reading

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Heal Yourself To Heal The World

Every change of season is a reminder of the endless ebb and flow of our lives and to always expect the unexpected. This fall started with drastic changes around the world. Major flooding in SouthEast Asia affected over eight million … Continue reading

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New Bike Shares In Dallas

To be honest and frank, Dallas is not bike friendly. Our roads are designed for cars with little to no shoulder space, which is often littered with trash, dirt and sharp objects. Our bike lanes are shared spaces with much … Continue reading

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Another Missed Conservation Opportunity By A Zoo

Now that it’s come and gone, I can write about it and your perspective will hopefully be a bit more clear. I’m talking about the big missed opportunity from the Dallas Zoo’s “splash dancing” Zola the gorilla video. Many zoos … Continue reading

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Looking For A House So I Can Be A TreeHouse Customer

I need to buy a house. I need to buy a house to outfit with all the environmentally-friendly products from the new TreeHouse store in Dallas at 8021 Walnut Hill Lane. Bring your truck, it’s worth a visit. No matter … Continue reading

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iNaturalist Nature Challenge And Snakes

Update: Final iNaturalist numbers – Dallas was #1 for the most observations in the country with 23,957 observations! A snake is such a silly thing to be petrified of. Snakes should be respected like every other living creature, but they … Continue reading

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What are you up to for Earth Month?

April is Earth month! It’s time to welcome in spring and let the abundance of life serve as a reminder that without clean air and water we would not have spring flowers, green trees and birds singing. Beyond the obvious … Continue reading

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