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EARTH NT is Building a New Sustainable Future for DFW

With a broad foundation of support, EARTH NT, the energy and resource technology Hub of North Texas, is building a new business community.

How Big D is Going Green Big Time

Dallas has been making headlines as a leader in sustainability, declaring it wants to be the greenest city in the U.S. and its long-term vision is be carbon neutral by 2030.

Top 10 EV-Ready Cities

Here are the top 10 most EV-ready cities in the U.S., per PlugShare data for public charging locations per 100,000 residents based on 2010 Census data.

Nothing Can Replace Pure Water, So Conserve It

There are many ways to reduce water waste (and money) by making a few simple changes in our lifestyle. Use the water you need, but please use it efficiently.

Early Convert is Sold On Electric Cars

Dallas native Neal Farris wanted to update a vintage model car to electric and went to the North Texas Electric Auto Association for help.

Where Do You Fill an Electric Gas Tank?

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store is continuing its corporate support of electric vehicle travel with high-powered rapid charging eVgo Freedom Station sites at four of its restaurants located around the DFW area.

Walking on the Wild Side

The Congressional District of two-thirds of a million people that includes Dallas holds the very dubious distinction of being most dangerous in the country for pedestrians.

Sustainability is Big at DFW Airport—Real Big

The Dallas-Ft. Worth International Airport has made sustainability one of its top priorities. Here are some highlights of the progress the airport has made.

You Can Try to Catch the Wind

Downwinders at Risk has become the trustee of the largest private clean air fund in Texas history.

Electric Car Tops Greenest Vehicle List

Making its 2012 debut on the American market, the Mitsubishi i-MIEV earns a score of 58, the highest Green Score awarded since the rankings began in 1998.

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