Keynote speaker will be ERCOT CEO Bill Magness. Also, there will be brief tours of UNT’s unique Zero EnergyHouse/Lab, located adjacent to the building where the summit is taking place.

Do you have concerns about the Railroad Commission and how fracking and other oil & gas oversight is handled in our state?

Legislators and their staff will be invited. The public will be able to voice their concerns about the RRC.

Registration is at 6:30 and the town hall is at 7 pm.  This event is being hosted by Public Citizen, Earthworks, and Sierra Club.

Info: Rita Beving,

World's largest eco-fest featuring hundreds of green organizations and businesses, speakers, films, food and kid's activities. Free.

Presenters: Jay Squyres, Graeme Waitzkins and Andrew Whitehead.

Public welcome.

This year’s Earth, Wind, & Fire Summit promises to be more exciting than the first with topics and speakers that will address some of the most talked about energy issues of the day. Early registration before Oct. 1 is $55. $75 day of conference. READ THE GREENSOURCEDFW ARTICLE.

Free training for professionals, including realtors, financing experts, fire & code compliance inspectors, local governments. Taught by one of DFW’s leading solar experts Dan Lepinski. READ THE GREEN SOURCE DFW ARTICLE.

Watch the new movie, "Disobedience," and have a discussion about climate change and several ongoing local efforts to be involved with. We'll meet in the separate area on the other side of the divider glass. Look for signs/instructions on the door.

11-11:30 am CCL Denton Meeting

11:30 am-noon Monthly Actions Practice

Noon-1 pm National call-in with Household Impacts Study

Presenter Jon Fripp and his daughter Isabel.


The 2016 Solar Car Challenge will be a cross country race from Fort Worth to Minneapolis, MN. July 13 is media day. Cars leave Fort Worth July 17. July 23 is the awards banquet in Minnesota.