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Earth Day Texas 2016, at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas.

For the Earth Day Texas Newcomer: Six Must-Sees

Earth Day Texas 2016, at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas. First time at Earth Day Texas? We’re excited to have you! We’ve picked out just a few of the amazing things happening this weekend at Earth Day Texas that we think are must-sees for every Earth Day Texas newcomer. Take the Pledge and go D.E.E.P!…

May 26, 2017 • Academic, Culture & CommunityChildren & FamilyEvent NewsFood, Health & Active Lifestyle

Earth Day Texas 2016, at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas.

Five Reasons to Bring Your Family to Earth Day Texas This Weekend

Earth Day Texas 2016, at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas. At Earth Day Texas, we believe in the importance of creating and supporting the innovations that will bring us a more sustainable future for the next generation. That is why we have included fun and interactive events and exhibits for children and families to get…

May 26, 2017 • Academic, Culture & CommunityChildren & FamilyEvent NewsYouth

Earth Day Texas 2016, at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas.

Top 5 Things for Teens and High Schoolers at Earth Day Texas 2017

Earth Day Texas 2016, at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas. Did you know the largest Earth Day celebration in the world happens right here in Dallas? That’s right, everything really IS bigger in Texas. We’ve got a long list of awesome activities for teens and high schoolers to enjoy at Earth Day Texas, and we…

May 26, 2017 • Academic, Culture & CommunityEvent NewsExhibitor SpotlightYouth

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Want To Make A Difference? Here's Your Chance - Become An EDTx17 Volunteer

Want to make a difference? Here’s your chance. Earth Day Texas is not just the world’s largest Earth Day event. It’s an environmental movement – unobstructed by politics and fueled by your community. More than 100,000 passed through Dallas’ Fair Park last year, for the free event. In order to bring the best experience to…

May 26, 2017 • Event NewsPolicy & Industry

Earth Day Texas 2016, at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas.

Deepen Your Understanding of Ocean Health with Project D.E.E.P!

Earth Day Texas will be launching a new initiative focused on igniting conversations surrounding the health of our oceans. Project D.E.E.P introduces easy ways to get involved at the grassroots level as well as stimulate action at the corporate level. Combating ocean pollution is one of the main ambitions of Project D.E.E.P which stands for discover, experience,…

May 26, 2017 • Event NewsNatural Resources & ConservationPolicy & Industry

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What's The Future Of Plastic?

What’s the future of plastic? And how can we make an impact on our environment by reducing the impact plastic waste has by finding better solutions for recovery and reuse of these resources? The Plasticity Forum has started to answer that question with conferences all over the world, from Hong Kong to New York, from…

May 26, 2017 • Event NewsExhibitor SpotlightNatural Resources & ConservationPolicy & Industry

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Saving the 'Blue Heart' of the Planet One Hope Spot at a Time

Covering over 70 percent of the earth’s surface and home for 97% of life on Earth, the ocean acts as a natural life support system, driving climate and weather, stabilizing temperature, and shaping the Earth’s chemistry. Over the past 50 years, we have drawn down the ocean’s assets rapidly with a significant loss of coral…

May 26, 2017 • Event NewsExhibitor SpotlightNatural Resources & Conservation

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Want To Know The Latest Innovations in Land and Biodiversity Conservation? Start Here

When you think innovation, what comes to mind? Chances are it might be technology related – but what’s not as common to come across in the trending news articles is innovation in the nature conservation arena. Conservation innovation stems from passionate work done by volunteers and environmental professionals striving to develop initiatives that protect land,…

May 26, 2017 • Event NewsExhibitor SpotlightNatural Resources & Conservation

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