State Capitol E Report
State Water Conservation Advisory Council at Risk;
National Wildlife Federation, Sierra Club Release Groundwater Statement;
Water Legislation Starts to Flow in the Texas House and Senate February 3, 2011
A Lone Star Chapter publication covering the environmental
actions of Texas state agencies and the Legislature.
Published 12 to 18 times per year as needed.
Lessons From the Stimulus
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Transportation
Spending and Accountability in Texas (Printable high resolution file here)
Waters of Texas Allied with
the Texas Living Waters Project (a joint education
and policy initiative of the Lone Star Chapter
of the Sierra Club, the National Wildlife Federation,
and the Environmental Defense Fund, among others),
editor Ken Kramer joins his fellow activists
in a call to keep rivers flowing, to protect
wildlife habitat, and to save tax dollars by
using water efficiently and sustainably. Photos
by Charles Kruvand.
Star Sierran The newsletter of the Lone Star Chapter. Published quarterly through Fall, 2009 and as special issues since 2009.
Drop by Drop
Water Conservation Strategies from 19 Texas Cities,
March 2010; 51 pages, PDF (2.45 MB)
Houston Water Conference Proceedings
Great speakers, timely topics, brief reports,
and presentations at the 2004 Houston Water
Conference: Water and the Future of the Texas Coast
(a Water for People and the Environment conference).
Places of Texas
A publication highlighting significant areas of Texas
in need of conservation, Special Places intends
to raise public awareness and build public support.
Low Level Radioactive Waste in Texas
A study focusing on the foundations for discussion
of low-level radioactive waste management policy:
How much waste is produced in Texas by whom,
how much space it takes up, and how this waste relates
to the need for a new dump site. (953 KB)