By Jada Brazell

Dallas is long overdue a breath of fresh air. Once the five-acre Klyde Warren Park opens to the public this fall, its visitors can finally open up and say “ahhh” – without inhaling a lungful of pollution.

 June 19, 2012

They’re women who specialize in sustainable businesses -- everything from recycling to environmental science to green marketing. They’re entrepreneurs, city employees and job seekers. Together they make up the Dallas-Fort Worth group known as Women in the Environment.

The sign of a member of Frisco Unleaded, a community group formed in Frisco to combat the Exide lead smelter in that city)

June 6, 2012  

When Shiby Mathew and her family moved to Frisco in 2008, they didn’t know that one of their neighbors would be a lead smelter.

(Photo: The logo of the Black Vegetarian Society of Texas)

By Minnie Payne

Prompted by his own health concerns and reports that African Americans are prone to diet related diseases, particularly hypertension and diabetes, J. J. Johnson founded the non-profit Black Vegetarian Society of Texas in 2001.

Inside the World of In-Sync

(Photo: Two of the residents of In-Sync Wildlife Exotics)    

By Rita Cook    

By Julie Thibodeaux     

A new chapter of the U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce wants to help Texas businesses stay on track when it comes to sustainability.

(Photo: Illustration by Karl Thibodeaux, an artistic rendering of the idea of the 'green home')     

By Julie Thibodeaux     

Jada Brazell     

(Correction: The article originally stated that Kids K-6th grade would receive a ticket for a drawing for an Ipad for every ten juice cartons they bring in. The correct item to be brought for a ticket is a juice pouch. ontact event organizers for details.)

By Julie Thibodeaux