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Local News

Industry Permitted to Return to Lot that Held Shingle Mountain

One of the two lots that held Shingle Mountain has received a certificate of occupancy to bring industry back.
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Local News

The City’s New Environmental Commission Will Not Be Working Quietly

The city’s new environmental commission gives residents a voice as Dallas engages in a climate action plan and seeks to further block concrete batch plants from operating near residential neighborhoods.
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Home & Garden

This Year, Try Composting Your Christmas Tree

One local composting concierge service is offering curbside pickup all month long.
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Good Public Transit

America Needs to Kick Its Car Dependency. Are Local Investments in Urban Design the Answer?

A BBC report details the U.S. automobile dependency’s outsized contribution to global warming and suggests a solution can be found in trusting cities to improve urban spaces.
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Nature & Environment

Kevin Sloan To Be Honored With Park Naming

The preeminent landscape architect has left his fingerprints on many Dallas projects.

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The 2020 Pumpkin Village at the Dallas Arboretum.
Events

Autumn at the Arboretum Comes Alive This Weekend

The buzzy fall festival returns for its 16th year with a Bugtopia theme. Expect cooking classes, horticulture demos, petting zoos, and, of course, the iconic Pumpkin Village.
Nature & Environment

Great Shot of Micro Storm Over Downtown Dallas

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Local News

What Dallas Can Do in the Fight Against Climate Change

A Q&A with an organizer from Sunrise Movement Dallas, part of a youth-led movement pushing elected officials to adopt stronger environmental policies.
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Nature & Environment

Dallas’ Bright Lights Are Killing Migrating Birds

Light pollution is bad for the environment and bad for people. But it's really, really bad for the hundreds of millions of birds that fly overhead in the spring and fall.
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Local Government

Dallas Quietly Made a Massive Park Acquisition Yesterday

The city approved the purchase of 120-acres of old growth forest in a part of Dallas in desperate need of public green space.