Elizabeth talks about all the in’s and out’s of a green burial, resources, rules, and oddities. The Green Burial Guidebook is a carefully researched work about all you probably didn’t want to know about a green burial, or at least hadn’t thought about knowing. But this incredibly informative show will make you want to find out more and consider the alternatives.
2100 Memorial, a Houston Housing Authority affordable housing apartment high rise, flooded, survived, has been partly repaired and could work again, with a little effort. But, the HHA wants to raze it and a lawsuit to repair the building and community is headed to court. During the flood, the neighborhood rallied to bring aid to this community–typical of scenes all over Houston during Harvey. Kathy joins us to talk about large scale storm response and the value of keeping a community together–at just the time when community is needed most.
Our greater Houston system–and that includes the forests, bayous, bay, the barrier island and right now, hurricane season–is both interesting and scary, the Sierra Club keeps an eye on both. Brandt comes in to talk about each part of the equation and urges you to take part in all the Sierra Club does.
We are a part of a pretty large system-Galveston Bay. Artist Boat, with events, kayak and art trips, marsh restoration days, and a whole lot more, gives us a special opportunity to learn about and appreciate a wonderful part of the world. Listen in to hear about this 15 year adventure.