Headlines: Houston’s Shrinking Public Pools; Art Car Lost and Found

Photo of Esperson Bldg. reflection: Jackson Myers via Swamplot Flickr Pool

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  • If residents of places like Cross Creek Ranch “don’t want to feel like they are raping Mother Earth,” they wouldn’t live in autocentric, sprawling, master-planned communities. While natural vegetation is a major improvement over typical turf, restoring more natural conditions and NOT building all the houses would be much better for the environment. Definitely smells of greenwashing.

  • It’s all greenwashing. Childlessness is the only true greenness. Of course humans don’t live for the sake of nature so it’s really a moor point.

    Does the truth hurt?