From the Texas Tribune

May 19, 2023

The Texas House on Tuesday gave final approval to two bills, Senate Bill 1648 and Senate Joint Resolution 74, that would, with voter approval, create a Centennial Parks Conservation Fund to invest $1 billion to buy more land for the state parks system.

The Dallas Environmental Commission is seeking community members to add their voices to the advisory group.

A handfull of state bills moving through the Texas Legislature aim to stifle local control, say environmental advocates.

​The two programs rolled out last month focus on home upgrades and green job skills.

A Southlake developer proposes to take down nearly 1,000 mature trees of Colleyville’s remaining Cross Timbers forest.

The city approved 11 new gas wells next to a residential neighborhood in southwest Arlington last week.

Wildlife filmmaker Ben Masters says the big cats are part of the Texas identity.

Creek restoration is promised, but it still takes an activist to move it along.

Fort Worth recently joined a park equity accelerator, a Trust for Public Land initiative.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that EPA cannot require states to decarbonize their electricity sectors.