Gathering of local environmental groups to exchange news. This month’s topics include:

- Denton Gas Plants? Gibbons Creek Coal Plant - Where are we now/Event at UNT on the Mar. 25

- Elections (Statewide/Local)

- TCE Fundraiser April 3

- Earth/Wind & Fire Conference Oct. 22. May carry into the 23rdd. 

Info: Rita Beving,

Get together for coffee and snacks while making plans for this month's actions (both local and national) in scheduling in-district meetings with Congressman Burgess & Sen. Cornyn as well as developing newspaper Letters to the Editor.  

Learn more about the upcoming national conference June 19-21 in DC and the group’s goal of at least eight local members attending.  

Free and open to the public.

Presenter: Roger Taylor, certified passive house consultant, BPI certified

Nonpartisan group trains people to voice their concerns over climate change.

11 -11:30 am: CCL Denton Meeting

11:30 am - noon: Monthly Actions Practice

Noon - 1pm: National Call-in w/Jeffrey O'Malley

Info: Brett Cease, or 218-766-0830

Everything is bigger in Texas, and our energy challenges are growing just as they are around the country. The deployment of microgrids with energy storage has the potential to help alleviate Texas’s energy challenges but we can’t have one without the other. While both microgrids and energy storage have matured significantly, there are still many technological barriers that need to be overcome for each to see its true potential in solving our energy problems.

Registration deadline: Jan. 28, 2016

No individual can create the political will needed for action on climate alone, but by coming together we have the power to move Congress towards solutions that will restore the climate.

People who have been to our regional conferences, have called them “life-changing, empowering and inspiring.”

Tony Robinson, president of FLUX Environmental, Axis Design-Build-Inc. and an adjunct professor in Environmental Sustainability at Southern Methodist University. Public welcome.

Former state representative (D-Fort Worth) Lon Burnam is running for the Texas Railroad Commission. There are profound problems with the way the oil and gas industry controls the Commission and we need to have some balance in the way the Commission operates. Lon will represent homeowners who are not currently represented because of the heavy hand of the oil and gas industry.

Please join Lon for a “Brunch with Burnam”. He has two challengers in the Democratic primary and needs to spend resources fighting Republicans, not on a run-off.

All monthly meetings are free and open to the public.