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Five Ways to Cut Down on Energy Costs This Winter

It’s easy to reduce our impact on the planet and save money by implementing low-cost measures to use energy more efficiently.

DART Safely During the Holidays

The holidays are a time for joy and celebration with family and friends. It’s also a time of year when we need to be more aware of our surroundings when we are out and about.

Hope

Hope is an image of goals

Backyard Biospheres Save Pollinators

There is a revolution taking place in the way homeowners and professionals are thinking about backyard gardens and community open spaces.

North Texas Air Quality has Multifaceted Defense

The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) has several air quality programs in place to improve our region’s air quality and move into ozone attainment.

North Texas Greenies Gather for Green Source DFW Awards

Environmentalists from all sectors of the North Texas green community gathered at the sixth annual Green Source DFW Sustainability Leadership Awards on November 9 at the Dallas Arboretum.

Solar on Tap for Downtown Dallas Rehab

A once-abandoned building in downtown Dallas is being reincarnated as an eco-conscious, people-friendly mixed-use destination that offers coworking, loft living, green space, commercial office space and a coffee shop.

First Fossil-Free Mutual Fund Reaches $.5 Billion

Green Century Capital Management has reached a new landmark, now exceeding $500 million.

RealTime Laboratories

Vincent Bolton, M.D., was always intellectually curious and willing to look beyond simple explanations.

From Earth Day to EARTHx – Trammell Crow Raises the Bar

Despite a lifelong passion for environmental protection, philanthropist and EARTHx founder Trammell S. Crow had considered himself an armchair environmentalist.

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