Topic: Environment

Botswana has been called Africa's "Living Eden," and the Sierra Club International Outing that Carol Roark and Lon Burnam, both Fort Worth Sierra Club members, took there certainly confirmed the wonders that can be seen there. From the majesty of a herd of elephants walking through the brush, to a cheetah hunting, to the vibrant turquoise, purple and black of a lilac breasted roller, the...

Rita Beving, Outreach Coordinator for Clean Water Fund and Dallas Sierra Club member, will touch on DFW water planning and where our region is in the process for water planning, and our efforts underway to work with HOAs and neighborhood associations on water conservation. Rita will also give water-saving tips for all of us who want to help conserve water and save money. The speaker is...

The workshop is hosted by North Lake College and Carbon Economy, as part of the DCCCD Sustainability Series.

Zero Waste businesses and organizations are creating more sustainable communities, and have diverted over 90% of their waste from landfill and incineration.

Globally recognized expert Gary Liss will be featured in the DCCCD Sustainability Series to...

Zero Waste Community Planning Workshop

Zero Waste businesses and organizations are creating more sustainable communities, and have diverted over 90% of their waste from landfill and incineration.

Globally recognized expert Gary Liss will be featured in the DCCCD Sustainability Series to share best practices, policies, and procedures for transitioning your business...

From Downwinders at Risk:

Rick Perry is leaving DFW breathers with a final farewell gift - another lousy anti-smog plan. We need you to speak out for a better one on January 15th.

After decades of being out of compliance with the Clean Air Act, this is your only chance to tell the state of Texas that DFW needs a better approach to...

Info: Rita Beving of the Dallas Sierra Club at antiquerita@aol.com

Monthly gathering of DFW environmental groups to share updates.

Please come eat, socialize, honor the winners of the Focus Photography Contest and celebrate ACC at our annual meeting.

Bring a dish for the potluck if you desire.

Solar Car Workshop FAQ:

Who Should Attend?

Any interested teacher or student that wants to build a high school solar car project in preparation for a Solar Car Challenge race.

How Many Can Attend?

Please limit your attendance to no more than ten students per school.

How Much Does it Cost?

Nothing.

Is a Reservation Required?

Yes. Please...

WE invites you to welcome in 2015 and network with women from a variety of environmental fields...making valuable business connections and friends. This is a free event and open to both members and non-members. Dinner and drinks on your own. Enjoy food at the Chicken Scratch located next to The Foundry.