Chances are you’ve heard of rainwater harvesting here in Texas. This process has been more than just a drop in the bucket with the savings and environmental benefits it provides to Texans across the state. But how much do your...
You work hard to Take Care of Texas. But don’t forget to get out and enjoy the state we all love so much. This app from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department can help you find ways to explore the outdoors.
Heating and cooling in Texas have an immense impact on energy use and costs for homes, totaling about 40% of residential energy expenses. High temperatures and humidity can keep HVAC systems hard at work for most of the year across...
After further analysis of the New Year survey feedback, we present you with some common trends we found in the open-ended responses. Before reading on, we recommend you check out the first post in this series.
Considering going green for Valentine’s Day? Want to promote environmental conservation? Interested in helping Take Care of Texas with your Valentine? Then we have the perfect Valentine’s Day cards for you!
In this first post we will cover insights from your direct responses, which will help drive our efforts and align our focus. Subsequent posts in this series will cover findings from trends in your open responses and resources to address common questions or situations.
We’re moving in an increasingly green direction, especially with the things we choose to buy and use in our daily lives. But what do these “environmentally friendly” claims and ecolabels on products really mean?