Come to an informal conversation over the environment, with coffee and croissants (or whatever tasty stuff you want to order) at La Madeleine. We will talk about a national and state outlook on environmental issues. What are your concerns and questions? Sponsored by the Dallas Sierra Club and Public Citizen. Info: Rita Beving at [email protected] or 214-557-2271 or Chris/Dick Guldi at [email protected].

A continuing education course on community organizing featuring veteran organizers from a variety of social justice movements. Hosted by DFW air quality watchdog Downwinders at Risk.

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A full day of skills and information workshops aimed at making you a better activist.

Workshops include:

Fighting Permits in Texas

Petitioning Rights

Basic Door-to-Door Outreach

High Tech Tools for Citizens

Health Survey Dos and Don’ts

 

Researchers from UTA and UTD, plus more time with Melissa Mays and Nayyirah Shariff from Flint and more.

SPECIAL LUNCHTIME FORUM: How do local governments protect themselves in the Trump Era? 

Part of Downwinders at Risk's Root and Branch Revue, the evening features panel discussion with Flint activists and Melissa May and Nayyirah Shariff and DFW activists, moderated by Randy Lee Loftis, reporter Texas Climate News, and former environmental reporter with the Dallas Morning News. Free.

The Root and Branch Revue, Downwinders at Risk’s multi-day floating conference for green activists, is scheduled for Jan. 24-28 and includes the first trip to Texas of two of the Flint, Michigan women who blew the top off that town’s lead-contaminated drinking water scandal. 

Jan. 24, 7-9 pm: Film Screening & Discussion "When is Civil Disobedience Effective?" Angelika Theater at @ Mockingbird Station, 5321 E Mockingbird, Dallas. Free.

Info: Gina Pyon, [email protected] or 956.240.5542 

Whether you're brand new to CCL or a long-time member, this is a great opportunity to get to know other DFW members. 

Join us for the first of seven "Neighborhood Priorities for Parks: Smart Growth for Dallas Community Meetings," where we will share and discuss the physical, social, environmental, and economic factors that influence the ease and barriers to access and experience of Dallas' parks and open space. The outcomes of these meetings will directly influence the development of the Smart Growth for Dallas "decision support" tool that will help Dallas prioritize its investments in parks based on their economic, social, and ecological benefits.

Change begins with you! Once the elections are over, the hard work begins to protect and preserve the Lone Star state in the 2017 Texas Legislature. Will you join us on November 12 for an important gathering to discuss our legislative strategy?

A lot is on the line next year: renewable energy, state and local park funding, oil and gas reform, attacks on local control, water conservation, groundwater management, air quality and clean transportation programs, tires, batteries, and waste of all types. We need leaders like you to help move our agenda forward!

Texas Campaign for the Environment’s North Texas office is celebrating the end of election season and its own progress in advancing recycling and sustainability at a house party.

Texas Campaign for the Environment started with a vision of reducing waste and pollution back in 1991 with offices in Dallas and Houston. That year, the group’s community organizers generated 70,000 petition signatures in Dallas, and 20,000 signatures in Arlington that helped convince the cities to start curbside recycling programs.

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