Texans Believe in Climate Change and Want Local Control
From our blog: Data now makes it clear that Texans are tired of these politics-as-usual games.
Fighting Pollution in the Rio Grande Valley
Texas Campaign for the Environment traveled to the Rio Grande Valley for a week-long canvassing trip to hold elected officials accountable for votes that made it harder for communities to prevent pollution.
Debunking the New York Times: Recycling Isn’t Garbage
From our blog: A lengthy op-ed in the New York Times railed against recycling last week. Don’t buy it.
Victory: Curbside Composting in Austin
Texas Campaign for the Environment and our allies swung into action and found widespread support for universal curbside composting in Austin. We won this campaign quickly and quietly, so if you didn’t hear about it – well, that’s what this blog post is for.
DFW Residents Rally for Clean Air
From our blog: The EPA came to Dallas with open ears about its new plan to slash methane pollution from oil and gas operations. An overwhelming majority of citizens testified in favor of the proposal and asked for even stronger rules.
Join Us for This Year’s Trash Makeover Challenge!
Our theme for 2015 is Steampunk Meets Nature – think Victorian Industrial Revolution meets Mad Max meets Nature. We can hardly wait to see what looks will grace the runway this year! September 26th – 7PM – The North Door – Austin, TX
Houston City Council candidates: Environmental forum
Candidates for Houston’s At-Large City Council positions represent the entire city and should be strong supporters of the environment. A recent forum let the public hear where they stand.
Where do Houston Candidates Stand on Recycling?
We have transcribed interviews with at-large candidates for Houston City Council about recycling in Houston. Learn where they stand, then use our website to email them your thoughts!
Calling for safer chemicals
From our blog: If you’ve had one of our canvassers at your door or on the phone lately, you already know that we are putting lots of effort into campaigns to have retailers phase toxic chemicals out of the consumer products they sell.