Take Care of Texas Unveils New Logo
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s public outreach and education campaign, Take Care of Texas, is unveiling a new logo in 2020 to coincide with the launch of the new TCEQ logo. As part of this effort, TCOT will also be updating the look and feel of its public-facing communications channels and educational materials with the new logo.
TCEQ originally created this program in the 1990s with a re-launch in May 2007 when “Take Care of Texas” was trademarked to TCEQ. The TCOT campaign was revamped in June 2013 with a new look, logo, and website to encourage Texans to keep our air and water clean, conserve water and energy, and reduce waste. Since 2013, TCOT has educated the public and partnered with country music stars like Kevin Fowler, Rick Trevino, and Cody Johnson to spread awareness on how Texans can better take care of their state.
In addition to country music stars singing about taking care of Texas, TCOT offers many educational and outreach opportunities for Texans online. The website offers easy ways to conserve water and energy and even includes an online calculator to estimate how much household water, energy, and money Texans can save by taking conservation measures in their own home and garden. Everyone who takes the online pledge to help keep Texas clean will receive a free Texas State Park Guide in appreciation for their efforts.
To learn more about our new logo and guidelines, visit the TCOT Media Style Guidelines.
Take Care of Texas is a statewide campaign from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality that encourages all Texans to help keep our air and water clean, conserve water and energy, and reduce waste.