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Easy Green Tips for 2016

Healthy living tips to for a greener and more conscious 2016!

Mercury-Free Dentistry Versus Mercury-Safe

Many dentists are now mercury free, meaning they no longer place the toxic, mercury-laden silver amalgam fillings in patients’ mouths.

Dallas-based Breeze Energy cofounder found his calling blowing in the wind

Breeze Energy co-founder Walter Hornaday makes a living selling wind power to customers across Texas, but he got his start in the industry on the production side more than 20 years ago.

Winterize Vehicles to Save Energy

We get worse gas mileage when it's cold because winter driving conditions reduce fuel economy significantly; here are some myths and truths about fuel economy.

Tips to Stay Warm and Save Money This Winter

Older homes, and even some newer ones, lack sufficient or appropriate insulation to keep the warm air in and the cold air out. Learn how to save money and stay warm this winter.

The Trinity Strand Trail Connects Hip Dallas Neighborhoods

Trinity Strand Trail plays an integral role in connecting these neighborhoods with much of the 125 miles of urban trails, neighborhoods and communities in Dallas.

Houses of Worship Practice What They Preach

Churches and congregations all over North Texas are committing to being good environmental stewards, as their religious principles encourage; here are a few in the Dallas community that are leading the way .

A World Made New, Just For You

For North Texas Earth and sustainability stewards, it’s never looked better; the choices, availability and quality of environmentally conscious and sustainably sourced and recycled gifts have never been more robust.

North Texas Assesses Progress of Clean Air Efforts

For the second year in a row, the 10-county North Central Texas nonattainment area fell below the 1997 eight-hour ozone standard designated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at the end of the 2015 ozone season on October 31.

Georgetown, Texas Goes with 100 Percent Renewable Energy

Georgetown, Texas, has become a model for other cities that hope to become totally powered by clean renewable energy, providing competitive electric rates and a variety of health benefits for Georgetown citizens.

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