EARTHx 2017

Host A Meeting

Friday, April 22 is Earth Day’s Eco-Conference, a business-focused event hosted within the larger public celebration. Organizations host special meetings at Fair Park, indulge in collaborative conversations, meetings, roundtable luncheons hosted for their members and guests, as well as participate in other talks and events hosted by leaders from environmental non-profits, business, academia and government. 

Meetings are designed to foster group discussions amongst businesses and other organizations that are leading the way towards a more sustainable, clean economy. These high-powered innovators will share their successes, learn from each other’s experience, and find new ways to work together to achieve common goals.

Sustainability-minded organizations can hold regular or special meetings with their stakeholders at Earth Day Texas, which provides the perfect time and place to have conversations that spark new creativity within your organization. Meeting attendees will also have the opportunity to tour interactive exhibits, participate in a guided tour of the event, as we’ll as enjoy Savor Dallas and Untapped Dallas sustainable beverage and food pavilions wile taking advantage of the extraordinary programming, conferences, exhibitions, and networking opportunities.

If your business or organization would like to be a part of Friday’s Eco-Conference, please contact us, to learn more about qualifying events and participation. Catering and A/V support can be arranged in advance.

Contact Megan McGraw directly at 214-446-2854 or e-mail megan@earthdaytx.org for more information. 

Representatives from the Urban Land Institute enjoy a lunch break during an all-day meeting hosted by AIA, ULI, and USGBC at Earth Day Texas 2015.

Representatives from the Urban Land Institute enjoy a lunch break during an all-day meeting hosted by AIA, ULI, and USGBC at Earth Day Texas 2015.

Members of Dallas Social Ventures learn about the evolution of recycling and waste in New York City during a pre-lunch session at Earth Day Texas 2015.

Members of Dallas Social Ventures learn about the evolution of recycling and waste in New York City during a pre-lunch session at Earth Day Texas 2015.

Bill Shireman opens the Future 500 panel during their morning session at Earth Day Texas 2015. The meeting brought sustainability officers from top organizations across the country to Earth Day Texas for a weekend of collaboration.

Bill Shireman opens the Future 500 panel during their morning session at Earth Day Texas 2015. The meeting brought sustainability officers from top organizations across the country to Earth Day Texas for a weekend of collaboration.

The Women’s Museum at Fair Park is one of the many beautiful spaces available for organizations that host meetings and special events at Earth Day Texas.

The Women’s Museum at Fair Park is one of the many beautiful spaces available for organizations that host meetings and special events at Earth Day Texas.

2016 Meeting & Conference Participants

  • American Institute of Architects Dallas
  • Cattle Barron’s Ball
  • Conservatives for Responsible Stewardship
  • Dallas Center for Architecture
  • Dallas Festival of Ideas
  • Dallas Independent School District
  • DCCCD – Cedar Valley College
  • Environment Texas
  • Future 500
  • National Wildlife Federation: South Central Regional Center
  • North Central Council of Governments Planning and Public Affairs
  • North Texas Master Naturalists
  • Peloton Real Estate Partners
  • Society of Environmental Journalists
  • Rocky Mountain Institute
  • Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance
  • Texas Tech University – College of Arts & Sciences
  • Texas Trucking Association
  • University of Texas at Arlington –College of Architecture
  • Urban Land Institute of  North Texas
  • U.S. Green Building Council North Texas
  • World Affairs Council of Dallas / Fort Worth