EARTHx 2017

Natural Resources & Conservation

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How Learning To SCUBA Dive Can Help The Oceans

Want to truly understand the ocean, and how important ocean conservation is? One way to start is to…get in the ocean. And one way to do that is to learn how to SCUBA dive. Speak Up For Blue, a SCUBA diving blog, lists three reasons how SCUBA divers can help save the oceans, including the…

September 25, 2017 • Children & FamilyNatural Resources & Conservation

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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…

September 25, 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,…

September 25, 2017 • Event NewsExhibitor SpotlightNatural Resources & Conservation

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Microplastics: The Toxic Food for Fish

By Abbie Lockwood The ocean is massive, covering more than 70% of the planet. That’s roughly 140 million square miles of surface. Did you also know that only about 10% of this vast and beautiful entity has been explored by humans? This may be hard to imagine as it seems like humankind has left no…

September 25, 2017 • Latest NewsNatural Resources & Conservation

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Exhibitor Spotlight: Recycle Revolution

Recycle Revolution seeks to foster a culture of recycling in North Texas, provide outstanding service to businesses that care, and use our success to rally for the causes of good neighborhood-ship and environmental awareness.   What if there were a way to transform the way we reduce, reuse, and recycle? The independently owned company Recycle…

September 25, 2017 • AttendExhibitor SpotlightNatural Resources & Conservation

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Exhibitor Spotlight: National Parks Conservation Association

A National Parks ranger teaches a group of boy scouts how to build a fire at Earth Day Texas 2015. In a world focused on chasing the next best thing, it is easy to forget about the magnificent stillness of our country’s natural beauty. For nearly a century, the National Parks Conservation Association has been…

September 25, 2017 • AttendExhibitor SpotlightNatural Resources & Conservation

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Exhibitor Spotlight: Audubon Texas

Kids from summer camp examining insects and wildflowers in prairie, Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center, Cedar Hill, Texas, USA. Audubon Texas is the state’s leading voice for the conservation and protection of natural resources for birds. Through the integration of science, conservation, policy and education, Audubon Texas is driven to restoring Texas’ natural ecosystems. As a…

September 25, 2017 • AttendExhibitor SpotlightNatural Resources & Conservation

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Out On The Land

Dr. Larry Butler hosts Out On The Land, a television show by landowners for landowners who want to share their conservation successes and best practices. An expert in land management and conservation, Dr. Butler spent 32 years with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service before starting Out On The Land to give landowners a voice to share their best…

September 25, 2017 • AttendNatural Resources & Conservation

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