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Breathing Life Into The Trinity River Corridor

The Trinity River Project by WRT

Spanning 20 miles and 10,000 acres of land, the Trinity River Corridor Project is one of the largest public works project in the history of Texas. It seeks to protect the precious ecosystems of the Trinity River and the Great Trinity Forest by turning these long-neglected places into valued recreational areas for the City of Dallas.

Once completed, this innovative project will incorporate natural space into urban life, contributing to community health, environmental restoration, and sustainable economic development. Visitors will be able to see models of the future Trinity Corridor and learn about new outdoor resources available now.

Take Action on World Rainforest Day

Today is World Rainforest Day! Here are 5 Threats to our Rainforests and 5 Reasons We Need to Take Action Now The time is now to take action for the vital rainforests on our planet. Today, Rainforest Partnership is launching the inaugural World Rainforest Day as a collaborative effort to raise awareness and motivate the…

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Investment in Clean Tech Gets a Boost at the US China Innovation and Investment Summit

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May 26, 2017 • Event NewsNewsTechnology & Innovation

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Five Questions with Michael Cain, President of EARTHxFilm

1. Tell us a little about your background in film and how you came to EDTx. I founded my first film festival in 1999 which was the Deep Ellum Film Festival and raised funds for cancer relief. That festival grew into the Dallas International Film Festival which still runs today. In between directing/producing films Trammell…

April 23, 2017 • Event News

Five Questions with Emily Hargrove, Producer at Earth Day Texas

1.Tell us a little about your background as a producer and how you came to EDTx. I worked in film in London on four of the Harry Potter movies and it was on set of the Prisoner of Azkaban that I met my husband, Miles.  When he wasn’t working on films, he lived in Dallas…

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