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Lone Star Green

Lone Star Green was an award-winning bi-weekly column originally penned for the San Antonio Current and subsequently published by other Texas publications, including the Marfa Sentinel, Fort Worth Weekly, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Gilmer Mirror, Cherokeean Herald, KETR, and elsewhere. If your publication is interested in facilitating a Lone Star Green revival, drop me a note at gregharman@gmail.com.

Columns

Texas Prop 6 Would Waste Billions Getting the Water Equation Right

‘Wise Women’ Deliver Stories From Climate Change’s Front Lines

Small Texas Towns Learning To Police the Oil Patch

Population Blames Excuse Our Policy Failures

Sea-Level Rise: Future Storms Gather Strength While Lawmakers Sleep

Climate Change Denial and Lamar Smith’s Magical Unicorn Ride

Goodbye to the Horny Toad? The ‘Horned Lizard Capital of Texas’ Is No More

Abbot’s Willful Climate Ignorance Approaches The Criminal

Human Rights, Human Responsibilities (On Indigenous Wisdom)

lone star greenPublic Lands Day shines a spotlight on our sacred Yanaguana

Fate of natural Texas rests on landowners and smart conservation

Placenta shampoos, BPA, and Monsanto’s genetic empire

Texas Republican Party is the real extremist in the climate fight

Nuclear waste dump push will likely put Texas back in federal sights

Pro-lifer’s war on the EPA a morally bankrupt case

Texas declares Climate Change Awareness Month as Texas cooks

Endangered Species Act has kept the water flowing in South Texas and won’t stop the oil, either

Clean’ coal sticks its snout under San Antonio’s tent