The Climate Reality Project was founded by former Vice President Al Gore and includes over 21,000 Climate Reality Leaders around the globe. The mission of the Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter of The Climate Reality Project is to make urgent action on the global climate crisis a reality at every level of society in North Texas. Our presentations and our direct actions aim to build a mass movement in support of change. Our activities include the following:

    •    Presentations to educate community leaders and the public.

Good Faith Impact is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused on workforce development & training in the community for renewable energy jobs and clean technology business practices. Such training will promote environmentally conscious careers that improve the conditions in local communities. Empowerment programming will address the root causes of poverty through sustainable solutions that have a lasting impact.

Earthx, formerly Earth Day Texas, is an annual, outdoor festival seeking to elevate environmental awareness and influence the way North Texans think, live and work. The family-friendly and free event allows leaders in the corporate, academic and non-profits worlds to unite and show North Texans how green lifestyles choices can lower their cost of living, improve their health, and help save the environment.



As a citizen lobbyist organization, Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) is creating the political will for a livable world by empowering individuals to experience breakthroughs exercising their personal and political power.  

Describing New York City's first cohousing project, a New York Times article said cohousing speaks to people who want to own a home but not feel lost in an impersonal city. That's how we feel.

And we want to live sustainably, with a smaller carbon footprint. To know our neighbors, grow some of our own food and use our united buying power to support local farmers and dairies. We want to model a more resilient way of life for the DFW metroplex.

We want to live in a diverse community, with old and young, singles and couples, varied backgrounds.

We're growing a community of like-minded folks who'd like to live cooperatively in urban Dallas, close to a DART station.

Our vision is that the community is affordable, with a lease-to-own option if possible.

We're at the forming stage, which means we're drawing together a core group of people willing to commit financially.

We've located some possible properties; the investor-members will determine which property works for our shared vision.

Meet other local people who are making their lives more sustainable--whether in leaps or tiny steps. We are interested in many areas of sustainable living: organic gardening, permaculture, starting a green community, homesteading, lobbying our political leaders to create a more sustainable environment, climate change, peak 0il, and preparedness.

Most of us are urban or exurban dwellers who are trying to create a positive impact on our environment and develop varied degrees of self sufficiency. Some of us are also interested in creating/moving to a sustainable eco-community.

If you are interested in living more sustainably in your own local area east of Dallas, please join us as we learn the way of green and simple. We will network with each other; we will have outside talks on sustainable living from Solar to Rainwater Harvesting, from Permaculture to Organic Gardening/Farming, and from green remodeling to energy-efficient new building; we will invite local officials to our meetings in order to make our towns more sustainable and resilient.

If you reside (or want to reside) east of Dallas in towns such as Rockwall, Royse City, Heath, Forney, Terrell, Quinlan, Greenville, Wylie. Murphy, Sachse, Rowlett, Sunnyvale, Lone Oak, or anywhere in that general area, please come learn to make life easier, less expensive, and more sustainable with those in nearby communities. This is the perfect area for a Transition Initiative bioregion!

Close to home--I am tired of driving to Dallas to meet like-minded people. Maybe you are, too???

Our goal is not just a sustainable, nutritious, abundant food supply, but also thriving ecosystems that support a diversity of life. In the next century,NRCS will not only continue to tackle familiar challenges like ensuring clean water and healthy soil, but will also rise to meet new issues, such as clean air, clean energy, climate change, and new technology.

- Chief Dave White

Originally established by Congress in 1935 as the Soil Conservation Service (SCS), NRCS has expanded to become a conservation leader for all natural resources, ensuring private lands are conserved, restored, and more resilient to environmental challenges, like climate change.

TREIA represents over 500 member
companies, organizations, agencies and individuals providing products,
services and information in the areas of solar electric generation,
solar hot water, large and small-scale wind electric generation, biomass
electric generation and liquid renewable fuels, geothermal heating and
cooling, geothermal electric generation, and sustainable (green)
building design and construction.

Solar + Wind + Biomass + Geothermal + Hydrokinetic

Texas Home Energy Rating Organization (Texas HERO) is a non-profit,
membership organization that exists to educate the public and the home
energy rating profession; provide a forum for home energy rating
industry cooperation on best practices, ethical standards and policy
goals; and promote the benefits of energy conservation initiatives and
incentives to homeowners, homebuilders and businesses.