The Houston Green Film Series and Transition Houston are proud to host Katrina X and 10 Years After Katrina: Resilience, Recovery, and REALITY. These two films will discuss the realities of New Orleans after the storm. Join us for a look at the effects of climate change on Houston’s neighbor as these films demonstrate what disaster capitalism means for cities on our coast.
Special Guest Breial Kennedy co-director will be traveling to Houston to discuss her experience with the making of the film and the realities of “recovery” for many Katrina survivors.
The Rothko Chapel has scheduled a four-day symposium exploring economic inequality and ways communities can improve and sustain local economies. March 31-April 3
“Confronting Inequality: Alternative Economies, Resilient Communities” is slated to start with the keynote at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 31.
Terry Tempest Williams, author, conservationist and activist, will serve as keynote. She is known for speaking out on behalf of taking an ethical stance on life – and frequently discusses the social implications of environmental issues, which are social issues that ultimately become matters of justice.Find out more »
The Dominican Sisters of Houston invite you for Evening Prayer and to walk Labyrinth. We will begin with prayer at 5:30 in the Villa Chapel.Find out more »
Join Transition Houston for our last spring permablitz!
Come together with like minded people to learn how to live more sustainably and help build community! Our projects for the recipient of this permablitz include:
* installing a basic water reclamation system
* building a compost bin
* adding a garden bed
* and more!
This month Andrew Cobb will present on his apprenticeship at the Possibility Alliance (PA), a electric free and low petroleum permaculture farm in Missouri. At the farm they cooked by wood fire, made wattle fences from the forest, raised animals, and hosted visitors looking to learn about nonviolent living.Find out more »