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The Metropolitan Sewer District, jointly run by the city of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, needs outside supervision, says environmental advocacy group the Sierra Club.
FirstEnergy wants looser environmental regulations, and state Republicans seem ready to oblige
0 Comments · Wednesday, September 25, 2013
FirstEnergy wants looser environmental regulations, and state Republicans seem ready to oblige.
by Jac Kern
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The Sierra Club and Food & Water Watch
present a screening of Josh Fox’s fracking documentary, Gasland, tonight at Esquire
Theater. Learn more about the controversial natural gas drilling techniques
taking place across Ohio, and discover potential health/environmental risks
that can result. The free screening begins at 7:30 p.m. followed by a
discussion with the event’s hosts, Representative Denise Driehaus and Southwest
Ohio No Frack Forum. RSVP here
— seats are first come, first served.
The Mercantile Library
welcomes author and garden designer Jon Carloftis
to speak as part of its Hearth & Home Lecture series. Carloftis, a Kentucky
native, has been featured in magazines and television and has won awards for
his landscaping, gardening and writing. He’s a driving force behind the
now-popular trend of small space/rooftop gardening. Lit lovers and gardeners
alike will enjoy hearing him reflect on his work. The lecture begins at 7 p.m.
tonight; admission is $15, $10 for members.
Shane Mauss kicks off his weekend at Go
Bananas tonight. Mauss has appeared on Conan
O’Brien (both shows) four times, is a regular on The Bob and Tom Show, has been
featured on Comedy Central and travels across the globe performing at
international comedy festivals. Tonight’s show features opener Michael Palascak
and MC Kelly Collette. Tickets for the 8 p.m. show are $8, $4 with college or
Winedog Wine Shoppe and Art
Gallery hosts a Last Blast of Spring tonight from 6-9 p.m. Enjoy shop wines
from Ralph Taylor, Spanish wines from Edgar Saborit of Cat Wines USA and Babee
Bites Catering hors d’oeuvres by Debbie Hook. The shop’s attached gallery,
Souleiado will feature artwork by Donna Schwarz and live music from Cheryl
Renee. Guests should have already reserved their spots; find out more about
closes its speaker series tonight with Andie MacDowell — Acting As A Way
Of Life. MacDowell has acted in Groundhog Day, Four Weddings and a Funeral,
Sex, Lies and Videotape and many other films and television programs. She also
works to raise awareness for heart health. And she has amazing hair. Check her
out tonight for a lecture and Q&A session at 7:30 p.m. at the Aronoff
Center. Tickets are $25-$85; find them here.Check out more events, art exhibits and theater shows on our To Do page and follow our music blog for nightly shows.
by Danny Cross
Posted In: Environment
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Sierra Club Ohio Chapter to participate in cleanup and clean water education
The Imago Earth Center
will host an event called “Helping Hands Saturday” on Saturday
(duh), during which volunteers will break into groups and work
outside clearing some honeysuckle, chipping trails and learning about
various clean water issues.
Volunteers will be
taught about local water issues and how to monitor water quality. The
event begins at 9 a.m. “rain, light rain or shine," and the
internet says it’s going to be a really nice day — with the
temperature nearing 50 and some sun poking over a little cloud.
gloves and equipment will be provided, with volunteers working in
groups from around 9:30-noon.
The event will involve the Sierra Club Ohio Chapter as part of Imago’s ongoing
efforts to provide educational experiences, create opportunities for
discussion and community building and conserve natural areas. The
Imago Earth Center is located at 700 Enright Ave. in Price Hill.
For more information,
contact Imago nature center at 513-921-5124or firstname.lastname@example.org
or the Ohio Clean Water Sierra Club at 614-461-0734 x 311 or email@example.com.
Proposed limestone mine ignites 11-month zoning dispute
1 Comment · Wednesday, June 24, 2009
The area near the intersection of Roundbottom and Broadwell roads in Anderson Township features manufacturing buildings, a landscaping company, a park, a few blocks of small, older houses and signs. Lately, lots of signs.