By Rita Cook     
    

By Julie Thibodeaux    
    

More than 83 percent of the homes built in Dallas that are LEED certified are Dallas Habitat for Humanity homes.    

 By Julie Thibodeaux    

A monarch sipping on your sunflower may seem carefree but it harbors ambitious plans. This time of year, when they stop for a drink, they’re refueling for a long haul to Mexico.    

By Rita Cook     

Dallas resident and architect Alicia Quintans knows about living green.  In fact she says “I grew up on a farm so a sustainable lifestyle is very familiar. My grandparents were farmers and home-grown produce was available all year round. My family lived in a farmhouse with no central a/c and butane heaters. The house was designed to allow for air flow and we often slept on the screened porch in the summer.”

By Rita Cook     

By Julie Thibodeaux    
    

Green for the Animals

Sept. 30, 2011

By Rita Cook    

While there are many places in the Dallas/Fort Worth area that have greened up there interiors and exteriors for a healthier environment, oftentimes pets are overlooked in those sustainable efforts.  Not at two local animal shelters though, both Cedar Hill and Plano’s animal shelters are all about a healthy environment and employees are making sure that animals have clean air and the best surroundings for healthy living. 

What's the bard got on you? Showcase your wit, wordplay, and love of language to win some exposure (and some tickets to the State Fair of Texas) by entering Green Source DFW's Wordsmith's contest.

Aftermath of Texas Wildfires

Sept. 30, 2011

By Brandolon Barnett     

A conversation with Downwinders at Risk directorJim Schermbeck on the battle for clean air in North Texas, his organization's accomplishments, the interplay between heat and ozone levels, what we can do to protect ourselves from bad air, and more.


 By Julie Thibodeaux     

Have you been hoarding a green product idea? Now’s the time to share it.

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