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.
Plan to drill for gas in Dallas goes down to defeat
Dallas Morning News: Concerns about earthquakes, water and air pollution and noise have only intensified since Dallas first leased its land to Trinity East in 2008.
The greening of Houston
In 2012, Texas Campaign for the Environment helped to pass the parks referendum, Proposition B to invest in Houston’s Bayou Greenway Initiative by registering voters and canvassing in support of the referendum.
Environmentalists wary of potential natural-gas drilling plans in Dallas
Dallas Morning News: The inclusion of park land and environmentally sensitive flood plains in potential drilling plans has set up another round in a two-year fight over how tough the city will be on gas drilling.
Groups rally to guarantee public access to Texas coast
Daily Texan: The proposition would add an amendment to the Texas Constitution guaranteeing public access to beaches on the Gulf of Mexico.
Planned road at park is killed
Ft. Worth Star-Telegram: Amid persistent opposition from residents, City Council members killed a proposal to build a road along the edge of Trinity Park.