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Dolphin Blue - Dallas-based online B Corporation selling eco-friendly office supplies and home products since 1994.
Downwinders at Risk - Grassroots nonprofit advocating for clean air in North Texas since 1994.
Earthx - Dallas-based three-day festival touted as the largest eco expo in the world.
GoodWork Coworking - Eco-friendly, solar-powered coworking space in Dallas with emphasis on workplace wellness. Housed in sustainably renovated building, which includes eco-friendly residential space, in addition to office and event space.
Green Dallas - Online resource of City of Dallas Office of Sustainability.
Living Earth - Living Earth is the largest recycler of tree limbs, brush, leaves and grass clippings in Texas.
Memnosyne Institute - Parent organization of Green Source DFW. The mission of the Memnosyne Institute is to help the diverse people of the world consciously encourage an evolution for themselves and for future generations by providing mankind with the means to encourage positive, peaceful global collaboration in areas of knowledge.
Natural Awakenings Dallas Metro - Media partner Natural Awakenings Magazine is Dallas's premiere healthy living magazine. We're your guide to a healthier, more balanced life. Our mission is to provide insights and information to improve the quality of life physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Oak Cliff Earth Day - Grassroots green festival, hosted by the Memnosyne Institute and Green Source DFW, celebrating the planet.
Old Oak Cliff Conservation - Non-profit 501(c)3 that functions as an umbrella organization for 29 neighborhood associations covering nearly 10,000 households within the Oak Cliff area of Dallas, Texas.
Green Business Bureau - The GBB Directory has more than 3,000 listings
Green Tip of the Week - A website with easy green tips created by Green Tip Guy Jason Winningham of Duncanville.
The Go Green Directory - Directory of environmentally conscious related websites including sustainable products, eco-friendly tips, environmental news and more.
NCEF - Information on planning, designing, building, and maintaining safe, healthy, high performance schools.
North Central Texas Council of Governments - The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) is a voluntary association of, by and for local governments, and was established to assist local governments in planning for common needs, cooperating for mutual benefit, and coordinating for sound regional development
USGBC North Texas Chapter - The North Texas Green Council’s mission is to keep you informed of everything associated with the green built environment.
Texas Observer - The Texas Observer writes about issues ignored or underreported in the mainstream press. Our goal is to cover stories crucial to the public interest and to provoke dialogue that promotes democratic participation and open government, in pursuit of a vision of Texas where education, justice and material progress are available to all.
Texas Tribune - The Texas Tribune is the only member-supported, digital-first, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues. The Tribune was founded in 2009 by John Thornton (a venture capitalist in Austin for nearly 20 years and passionate believer in public media), Evan Smith (the veteran editor-in-chief of Texas Monthly and host of a weekly interview program on PBS stations), and Ross Ramsey (former owner and editor of Texas Weekly, the state’s premier newsletter on politics and government, now rebranded as The Blast).
The Tyler Loop - The Tyler Loop launched in 2017 to help residents understand shared challenges and opportunities via data-driven, nonpartisan, nonprofit journalism.