Victory for Texas rivers
Texans overwhelmingly approved a historic measure to help conserve water. Let's keep the momentum to protect rivers, like the Trinity and the Guadalupe, flowing. Learn more.
Through Environment Texas, thousands of citizen members are teaming up with a professional staff to stand up for the places we love and the environmental values we share.
After devastating budget cuts in 2011, this spring, the Legislature restored funding for state and local parks. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department had warned that 20 state parks would have to close without additional funds. But after a public outcry—including thousands of petition signatures from Environment Texas members—the Legislature boosted funding by $62 million. That's enough to keep all our state parks open, make critical repairs, replant trees destroyed by wildfire at Bastrop State Park, and to give grants to cities to build new parks, ball fields and playgrounds.
Learn the truth about fracking. Watch our new expose and take action to stop fracking today. Take action.
|What global warming means to Texas|
As extreme weather becomes more intense and frequent, our sister organization, the Environment Texas Research & Policy Center, has outlined ways to cut the carbon pollution that's fueling global warming.
|Scorecard: See who's defending our clean air, clean water and open space.|
|Check out our environmental scorecard to find out how your elected representatives are voting on important environmental issues.