Read the Green Source articleThe Austin rock ensemble Montopolis, led by Fort Worth native Justin Sherburn, will perform the multi-media show The Living Coast exploring Texas' Gulf Coast.

Dr. David Lary, physics professor at UT Dallas, will speak about his air quality monitoring projects and initiatives. Clean air advocates, EV owners/enthusiasts and anyone interested are welcome and encouraged to attend and connect with Dr. Lary.

Dr. Lary is one of the leaders of the DFW Air Research Consortium, which won the 2018 Green Source DFW award for Environmental Science and Innovation.

Learn more about the environment. Join UNT and Future Without Poverty in this tow-hour hands-on session where you will learn to build a simple particulate matter (PM) monitor. All materials for the monitors will be provided and participants are encouraged to install them at their homes or businesses. Ages 18 and up.

The Dallas City Council Quality of Life Committee will hold a public hearing on whether the City of Dallas should join Dallas County and Plano in establishing a new high-tech, low-cost regional air quality monitor network for residents.

It's the most important decision concerning Dallas city-wide air quality in years. More info on FB page.

The city of Fort Worth is drafting an Environmental Master Plan with long range strategies to guide the city's environmental programs and services. Join the series of community conversations 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m..

These topics will be discussed: 

May 21, 2018 – Litter Management & Control

May 24, 2018 – Hazardous Materials

May 29, 2018 – Water Quality

May 30, 2018 – Land Quality, Site Reclamation & Brownfields

May 31, 2018 – Air Quality

Get the basics on PM pollution and why you should care. Help us map a strategy and pick targets for local change. RESIST by winning public health fights.

Last fall, the Dallas City Planning Commission voted to close the RamCrete Batch Plant at the corner of Marilla and Commerce in West Dallas due to poor management.

RamCrete’s operators are appealing that shut-down decision to the full council Wednesday. Downwinders at Risk is urging those who care about clean air to attend the public hearing to make sure this polluting facility stays closed.

A community celebration for a cleaner Dallas. Family friendly with kid's activities. Food, performance, film.

Info: [email protected] or 469-826-5340.

Public information and brainstorming session hosted by the local clean air advocacy group.

Climate change is happening - now. Texas is already experiencing more climate disasters than any other state - from historic drought and raging wildfires to historic inland flooding and the devastating wind and rain from Hurricane Harvey. These events are costing us in lost lives, destroyed homes, business and infrastructure and lost economic opportunity. 

Learn what the science of climate change is telling us and what role the city can play in this urgent fight to preserve a livable climate.