Author Archives: Pam Lazos

About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful

The Future is Flush

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World Toilet Day and the East Kolkata Wetlands

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Blue Moon

[photo courtesy NASA]   Blue Moon Maybe the Man in the Moon has never been thirsty, but if he were, things are about to get better for him.  According to NASA, there is water, not only on the dark side … Continue reading

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Actually Vote!!

ACTUALLY VOTE!! There’s a wave coming, and it’s been building in size and intensity for quite some time here in the U.S.  No, I’m not talking about Hurricane Zeta that hit the Gulf Coast and left over two million people … Continue reading

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Fallen Princeborn: Chosen

  Happy Sunday, blogger family!  This week we’re going to hear from my fabulous friend and First-Rate Fantasy Writer, Jean Lee whose book, Fallen Princeborn: Chosen — currently available for pre-order — will be live in TWO DAYS! If you … Continue reading

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The Sincerest Form of Poetry

I will make no attempts at tomfoolery or to convince you as to the veracity of something which I am not — a poet.  Truth is, I am a shallow well when it comes to the art of poetry, much … Continue reading

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Janjay – A Story About Water

This year I joined the Board of the Global Water Alliance in Philadelphia and have gotten to see first hand just how extensive a reach the GWA has.  So many of our GWA partners are writers, educators, academics, and leaders … Continue reading

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Solar Panels – A Homeowner’s Guide

[Photo Credit: Pexels.com] It’s good to know there are eco-warriors out there providing content for free on some of the most pressing environmental issues of our time.  From time to time, Mark Harris reaches out to me with some timely … Continue reading

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#WATWB – Climate Positivity!

  #WATWB — Climate Positivity! Did you know that mushrooms could be used to regenerate a forest or a riparian buffer?  How about to eliminate an invading colony of ants more efficiently and more safely than any pesticide could do?  … Continue reading

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Con-Census or Peace?

by Pam Lazos | Sep 20, 2020 | Uncategorized | 0 comments I saw a cartoon the other day.  A man and a woman hold hands at the water’s edge, an old gnarled tree to the right of them, while off in the distance is a small … Continue reading

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