Downwinders at Risk is working with experts and municipalities to create a clean air research network.

Donald Trump’s upset win last week was generally cheered by the Texas oil and gas industry.

Downwinders at Risk's College of Constructive Hell-Raising to start in January.

The North Texas green community filled up Dallas Arbortum's Rosine Hall for a happy night honoring local eco-heros. 

Proposals for reform of the Texas Railroad Commission will be voted on by the commission that reviews state agencies' performance. 

This is the first victory for an alliance of environmental groups banded together as the Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Air Network or DFW CAN.

A panel discussion will accompany screening in Fort Worth on April 21.

The Bureau of Land Management announced it had deferred the parcel at Lake Lewisville set to be auctioned April 20 for oil and gas leasing. 

A coalition of ranchers, environmentalists and disgruntled landowners has suffered a major setback in its battle to block a proposed pipeline.

 

Former Railroad Commission inspector Morris Kocurek checks the compliance of an oil and gas waste facility. Kocurek was fired from his job because he said the commission didn’t want him strictly enforcing environmental rules. Courtesy of The Daily Beast.

Aug. 12, 2015

Pages