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  • January 6, 2015

David CrossleyThese blog posts are published and mostly written by David Crossley, in Houston, Texas.

Crossley has been a journalist for more than 50 years, a period that included time as a science writer focused on physics and space, as editor of Houston City Magazine, as the CEO of Houston’s first multimedia company, as one of the City’s first website developers, as a photographer, and as the principal communicator for a variety of nonprofit organizations, some of which he founded or co-founded.

During his career, he has focused research and publication on sustainable development, smart growth, and quality of life in walkable urban places connected to other walkable places by good transit service. In his analysis, these complete communities are the heart and soul of Houston’s evolution into the future.

With his family, he is struggling to be a conscientious and useful permaculture farmer in Austin County, Texas, primarily working to sequester carbon, improve soil, and sustain a family well into the future.

His primary concern is the general group of issues that include climate change, pollution, and resource depletion.

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