Author Archives: Pam Lazos

About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful

The State of the Earth 2022

Not your typical Earth Day post There are only two roads in life, growing and dying. Tolbert McCarroll, Notes from the Song of Life Earth Day 2022.  If you want to know how it all started, you can read last … Continue reading

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Fight Climate Anxiety with Eco-Friendly Initiatives

by Joe Rees Please enjoy this timely article by Joe Rees, founder of catastrophes.info, providing lots of detailed information on being prepared for most any kind of climate disaster. Joe’s website is jammed pack with tons of handy information necessary … Continue reading

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Humility

Kentanji Brown Jackson’s nomination hearings are over, but much like the merchant priests of old, Ms. Jackson’s resonance remains. If you follow my blog, you know that I’ve been working through the twelve qualities of the merchant priests, as discussed … Continue reading

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Fast Fashion

What could possibly go wrong? How do we make it right? An interview with fashion designer, Resa McConaghy Three plus decades ago, my Aunt Marylou gave me two black dresses, both sheaths, both high-quality knit — if I had to … Continue reading

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Swamp Love Trifecta

Show me the money! If I told you one-eighth of the world’s inhabitants depend on wetlands for their livelihood you would probably say I’m crazy.  They’re just swamps, right?  Yes they are swamps, and yet, the Chesapeake Bay, the Louisiana … Continue reading

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Okefenokee

Swamp Love, Redux The Okefenokee National Wildlife Area — a giant peat boggy swamp listed on the Ramsar Site of wetlands of particular ecological importance — is a swath of swamp approximately 438,000 acres in size and one of the … Continue reading

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Swamp Love

Today, February 14th, is Valentine’s Day, a universal day of love. But is there something more to Valentine’s Day than overpriced roses and chocolates? Let’s discuss. The Greeks had seven different words for love which you can read more about … Continue reading

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Strange Fire

A novel by Joel Burcat Well, my friend Joel Burcat is back at it, busy penning the next Great American Novel on a topic that I have to say is dear to my heart — Fracking! First, a little synopsis: … Continue reading

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Service

Sacred Commerce and the Twelve Virtues of the Merchant Priest In November 2017, I posted a book review of Sacred Commerce, followed by a post on the Twelve Virtues of the Merchant Priest, honor, loyalty, nobility, virtue, grace, trust, courage, … Continue reading

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Applying Environmental Justice Solutions to California Local Government Efforts in Water Conservation

by Luis González I had the pleasure of working with Luis González when he interned as a law clerk in our office last summer. Luis is currently a student at Vermont Law School, but as a San Diego, Cali resident, … Continue reading

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