Dozens of news reporters and photographers turned out before the Exxon meeting, in time to cover the rally, attention that North Texas activists seldom get.

Jay Squyres has tracked residential solar installation in DFW from 2008-present.

Dr. Mark Nelson will share practical applications in sustainability April 15 at 8:45 a.m. at Cedar Valley College.

The locally produced film will be shown at the Angelika in Dallas on Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. with a reception beforehand.

A coalition of ranchers, environmentalists and disgruntled landowners has suffered a major setback in its battle to block a proposed pipeline.

The Dallas demonstration will be held on the Continental Avenue Bridge on Sunday at 2 p.m. 

Aug. 12, 2015

In the wake of State House Bill 40, Texas cities in the Barnett Shale region, including Denton and Fort Worth, find themselves stripped of rights to develop health and safety ordinances for subsurface oil and gas operations and subjected to a vague standard for regulations governing surface operations. 

The bill was enacted in reaction to Denton’s fracking ban and other cities’ strict drilling ordinances. 

 

The Fischer Store Bridge near Wimberley was toppled by the Blanco River floodwaters. A new report shows that the economic damage of climate change in Texas could be in the tens of billions of dollars.
 
July 28, 2015
 

Frack Free Denton lobbyied representativies in Austin earlier this year to save the fracking ban. The group continues to build coalitions to fight fracking. Courtesy of Frack Free Denton.

July 28, 2015

Since Denton’s fracking ban was given the boot in May, those keeping up with environmental news may be wondering – is the fight over?

North Texas environmentalists

Recipients of the Sierra Club's Lone Star Chapter Awards gather for a group photo.

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