DFW sustainability advocates kicked off the Regional Center of Expertise North Texas at UTA.

A kick-off meeting will be held March 28 at UTA.

Katherine Hayhoe headlined the North Texas Climate Change Symposium.

The program is a collaboration of the arts, sciences and humanites departments.

My Possibilities recently received Plano's Green Business Certification.

The net-zero Agricultural Science Center features solar, wind power and rainwater collection.

Green Source DFW and the Memnosyne Institute will be host the dual event Sunday, April 15.

Students and faculty are collaborating on wind, water, conservation and biodiversity projects.

Sustainability stakeholders are invited to meet March 1 to create a Regional Center of Expertise.

The Ned Fritz Scholarship was established to help educate budding environmentalists.

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