Anna Clark, Sharon Wilson and Trammell Crow brought their environmental expertise to the historic event.

Jason Winningham talks to Micheal LaBuda of Dallas-based Dolphin Blue about eco-friendly products.

IKEA's new venue in Grand Prairie will be powered by renewable energy among a roster of green policies.

Dallas-based Snappy Salads has adopted a number of green initiatives including handing out paper straws instead of plastic.

Dolphin Blue logo

Dolphin Blue, which specializes in eco-friendly office supplies, is a local leader when it comes to green businesses.

2015 Nissan Leaf

On Sept. 19, event-goers can check out and test drive dozens of electric vehicles at Grapevine Mills Mall in Grapevine from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Humane League

In spring around Earth Day, it seems every community in North Texas has a green fest going on.

QTS achieves LEED gold

One of the nations' largest providers of data centers turned a former semiconductor plant in Irving into a model of sustainability.

PalletSmart in Fort Worth makes furniture, home decor and custom projects out of repurposed pallets and other reclaimed material.

Nipendra Patel in front of his home in the Bastrop community of The Colony. Patel's roof is marked with studs meant to support solar panels, but the neighborhood's developer blocked their installation. Photo by Gabriel Cristóver Pérez
 
Aug. 5, 2015 

By Jim Malewitz and Jeremy Lin 
Texas Tribune

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