Reply to: Local candidates rated ‘green’ by DFW groups
Thanks for another great article, Julie.RichardGuldi
Reply to: General Honoré: Find common ground to save 'Mother Earth'
Learn the rest of the story about climate change from a journalist who attended Climate COP 2019, Conference of the Parties. Learn what our President knows and why he doesn't want to send $100B of our tax dollars to the UN to participate : https://www.aircrap.org/2019/01/14/lost-arts-radio-show-212-special-gues...
Follow the money-trail of those behind the Green New Deal and learn why everyone should oppose it:
Reply to: Famed climate scientist to headline Dallas symposium
The Green Dallas Facebook page says that “If you were unable to RSVP for the North Texas Climate Change symposium on Feb 4, 2019, you are still able to attend via webinar. Visit (Eventbrite) for webinar info. The webinar can accommodate 200 participants in addition to the 250 attending in person”:
And the event page adds that “The entire symposium leading up to the breakouts will be broadcasted via the webinar link provided in eventbrite. Both the Government breakout sessions will also be streamed on the same webinar link.
We plan to have the business/Economy and Climate and Public Health session viewable in separate webinars. Those links will be available soon on the eventbrite site.”
The Webex page also gives a call-in phone number.jorenste
Reply to: UTA names first Chief Sustainability Officer
Congratulations to Meghna Tare! This is great that UTA now has a Chief Sustainability Officer. Do you know if the university has, or will establish, a greenhouse gas emissions baseline and reduction plan?Larry Howe
Reply to: Green Source DFW honored at Peacemaker Awards
Julie, I'm proud to be your neighbor!Helen Altman