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.
Tackling the climate crisis takes skills and we're teaching them! Learn from top climate scientists, regulators and activists about the current state of climate science and policy and learn the skills necessary to beat the polluters, stop global warming and move Texas to 100% clean, renewable energy. Learn how to work with the media, lobby decision makers and more.
1 PM: Welcome and Overview of Training, Margie Alt, Environment America & Luke Metzger, Environment Texas
Get together for coffee and snacks while making plans for this month's actions (both local and national) in scheduling in-district meetings with Congressman Burgess & Sen. Cornyn as well as developing newspaper Letters to the Editor.
Learn more about the upcoming national conference June 19-21 in DC and the group’s goal of at least eight local members attending.
The Recycling and Sustainability Fair is three-fold: drop off for hard-to-recycle items, education and community support. Several organizations will attend that will be taking materials for recycling or reuse. It is also an event to educate the public about what and how to recycle, air quality, stormwater quality and the effects of single-use disposable bags. The event will also support Daggett Montessori #GreenTeam and #PTA in its challenge to win $500 to $5,000 through the RecycleBank #CleanGreenFW Challenge. Attendees can also sign up for RecycleBank at the fair.
This month, we are following our January convo about waste in Dallas with ways you can use less and recycle the rest.
While it may not seem like a big deal, what you personally use, recycle and throw away matters. Learn not only about the impacts your trash has on the environment but how you can easily adapt to a low-waste lifestyle. It's better for you and the planet!
City leaders discuss Dallas’s Zero Waste by 2040 Plan and reviving the single-use carryout bag ordinance.
Is the bag ban movement over in Dallas or are there new plans for the future? What is the city of Dallas doing to achieve its goal of zero waste goal by 2040? Come hear from some of the main players in these city debates on the future of our city!