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Pope Francis Embraces Climate Change Debate

With experts and global leaders looking to Pope Francis as a moral compass, his upcoming encyclical on the environment set for this summer could set a key ethical framework for discussion and policies surrounding the topic.

Kia Motors Soul EV to be Sold in Texas by June

The Kia Soul EV (electric vehicle), the first mass-market, all-electric zero emissions vehicle to be sold in the U.S., will be on display at dealers some time in June.

The Fresh Market Turtle Creek Store Grand Opening

The Fresh Market will open the doors to their newest store at 8 a.m., May 6, at 3878 Oak Lawn Avenue, in Turtle Creek.

Modern Streetcar Service Creates New Link to Downtown Dallas

Streetcar travel between historic Oak Cliff’s Methodist Dallas Medical Center and downtown Dallas is back after a 50-year absence, providing a state-of-the-art electric vehicle and a free ride.

DART and Uber Working Together to Help Customers Complete Trips

North Texas travelers should find it easier to park their cars and let someone else do the driving because an enhanced collaboration between DART and the popular car service, Uber.

New Green School Slated for Fall Opening

A new charter school, Trinity Environmental Academy (TriEA), is opening this August in the Southeast Dallas area of Oak Cliff.

Prairie Fest is All About the Wildflowers

The 10th annual Prairie Fest will take place this April, where participants will enjoy guided wildflower tours, interactive art installations and much more.

Heard Spring Plant Sale

The Heard Museum of Science and Nature plant sale will be open to the public this April, with an early presale event for museum members.

Big Party for a Big Planet

Earth Day Texas is a festive weekend-long event that has become the largest Earth Day celebration in the nation in just five years.

Dallas Blooms Flower Show at Dallas Arboretum

The largest floral festival in the Southwest, Dallas Blooms, returns again this year with the theme, "Deep in the Hearts of Texans."

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