See a fleet of local air monitoring drone and watch one take flight in a demonstration of the new technology Downwinders is using to assemble our North Texas CLEAN Air Force. Meet some of our academic partners helping to build a new DFW grassroots air quality network. 

In addition, a national documentary will be filming at the event – a six-person crew from NYC making a film on the decline of coal in America, produced by Oscar and Emmy-Nominated Joe Berlinger. Show up to represent DFW environmental activists!

Tickets include a drink and food. $35-$500.  

Climate hero training will give you the tools you need to impact climate change. Info:

Dallas could follow Dallas County and be the second North Texas local government to say they want the EPA to reject the state's air plan for DFW. Show up to show North Texans care about clean air.

Free training for professionals, including realtors, financing experts, fire & code compliance inspectors, local governments. Taught by one of DFW’s leading solar experts Dan Lepinski. READ THE GREEN SOURCE DFW ARTICLE.

Watch the new movie, "Disobedience," and have a discussion about climate change and several ongoing local efforts to be involved with. We'll meet in the separate area on the other side of the divider glass. Look for signs/instructions on the door.

11-11:30 am CCL Denton Meeting

11:30 am-noon Monthly Actions Practice

Noon-1 pm National call-in with Household Impacts Study

Commissioners will be asked to go on record as the first local North Texas government urging the EPA to reject the currently proposed state air plan for DFW and replace it with a stronger one that actually cuts pollution. 

The DFW Clean Air Network (DFW CAN) is urging folks to show up to support their actions.

DFW CAN, is a coalition that includes Downwinders at Risk, the Dallas Sierra Club and the Sierra Club's Beyond Coal campaign, Public Citizen Texas, Mansfield Gas Well Awareness, Liveable Arlington and Texas Campaign for the Environment.  

Gathering of local environmental groups to exchange news. This month’s topics include:

- Denton Gas Plants? Gibbons Creek Coal Plant - Where are we now/Event at UNT on the Mar. 25

- Elections (Statewide/Local)

- TCE Fundraiser April 3

- Earth/Wind & Fire Conference Oct. 22. May carry into the 23rdd. 

Info: Rita Beving,

Learn about the intersection of environmental and social struggles related to water, food and agriculture, economic justice and racial equality through first-hand stories of North Texans.

$25. Scholarships available. Info: or 214-477-7291


The Texas Drought Project, a non-profit founded in 2008 to educate Texans on climate change, will announce that they have succeeded in obtaining the signatures of more than 220 organizations for their resolution on climate change. The resolution calls for climate negotiators at the U.N. Climate Conference in Paris, set to begin Nov. 30, to heed the recommendations from the world’s top scientists in setting emissions cuts and asks that negotiators quickly move to keep fossil fuels in the ground.