Dentonites joined others from across Texas to speak to elected officials about bills that threaten local control at the Texas State Capital in March. Courtesy of Frack Free Denton.

April 1, 2015

The 84th Texas Legislature began hearings March 23 on the first of a flood of bills, of which 60 percent related to the environment were listed as adverse to public health, safety and natural resources by environmental citizens action group Alliance for a Clean Texas.   

Left, Marcos Ronquillo, the mayoral candidate endorsed by the Dallas Green Alliance, says of the Trinity Tollroad: "This plan has evolved into nothing more than a $1.5 billion boondoggle – a poorly conceived idea that gets drastically more expensive every time it is discussed.”

April 6, 2015

Dear Green Source DFW readers,
Here are my recommendations for speakers at Earth Day Texas. There are talks on voting, water sense, extinction (film) and many other topics. Note that many of my choices have to do with food. I guess I was hungry when I was choosing.  Comments are invited.
Phillip Shinoda
GSDFW Project Manager

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Dallas Interfaith Power and Light cofounder Stephen Fuqua, shown with his wife Dr. Tania Homayoun, has enrolled in the 2015 Green Faith program. Courtesy of the Fuqua family.

March 27, 2015

By Penelope Taylor

March 24, 2015

By Minnie Payne

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March 23, 2015

Earth Day is officially celebrated April 22, but North Texas cities stretch out the holiday for four weeks starting in late March.

That's good news for greenies because that means fewer events overlap and you can attend an ecofest every week for a month. Check out the line up below – all events are free.
 

March 17, 2015

By Minnie Payne

 

The empty chairs represent the six open city council seats that the Dallas Green Alliance hopes to fill with environmentally conscious council members. Courtesy of the Dallas Green Alliance.

March 11, 2015 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The SMU Environmental Society picked up trash during a "Hippy Hike" at Elm Fork Greenbelt last fall. Photos courtesy of the club.

March 2, 2015

By Rita Cook

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