Monthly meeting of this bipartisan lobby group aimed at creating the political will for a sustainable world. Info: Andrea Garcia,

The theme this year is sustainable cities/resilience/environmental justice. Our keynote Speaker will be Mustafa Santiago Ali, Senior Vice President of Climate, Environmental Justice & Community Revitalization of Hip Hop Caucus 


Living more sustainably doesn't have to require a lot of effort or money. Small steps that can fit in your life can make a huge impact. We'll show you how easy and affordable it is to lessen your impact on the earth and your budget with resources you can use every day. And don't forget to share the fun on social media using 

Free event, chaired by UTA’s Collaborative Laboratories for Environmental Analysis and Remediation or CLEAR lab, will bring together concerned citizens, scientists, oil and gas operators, regulators, and technology developers to have a series of constructive discussions about environmental stewardship within the shale energy sector. 


Forum to discuss the proposed disposal well in East Fort Worth.


Join the Dallas 2030 District and Greenworks Lending for lunch on PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy). Special guests, Anthony Martin and Genevieve Sherman of Greenworks Lending will introduce the program by presenting specific examples of some of the state’s first projects completed and/or in progress. $35.

Learn firsthand how to create a Sustainable Energy Management Program and Process (SEMPP) to achieve sustained energy cost, repair and maintenance and cost avoidance reduction that will lower overall costs (capital and R&M). The four areas of the program Conscientious and Continuous Operational Changes (CCOC) and the seven steps of the process will be covered in detail. A case study will be presented to show actual results comparing same store over a six-year period. Speaker: Thomas T. Tolan, Vice President of Engineering, Tier Reit, LLC, Tier Property Management. $35.

Kristina Ronneberg, Air Quality Planner with the North Central Texas Council of Governments, will describe the state of electric vehicles in North Central Texas. This will cover the types of cars currently available, the availability of charging stations, owner incentives or rebates, and what is forthcoming for EVs.

Citizens' Climate Lobby is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change. The Arlington Chapter meets on the third Wednesday of the month from 6-8

Info: Paula Luna,