Green in Texas

Texas—and San Antonio in particular—have made significant headway in recent years in terms of moving toward sustainability. This section includes publications from the City of San Antonio concerning green initiatives as well as articles and reports about sustainability throughout the state.

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Texas Green Jobs Guidebook Texas Green Jobs Guidebook

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Texas is poised to become a leader in terms of renewable energy and energy efficiency due to the resources it possesses. With this in mind, this guidebook is designed to be useful to anyone interested in learning about existing and future green jobs in Texas. It includes a listing of these jobs which will continue to grow in what the report calls the clean energy economy.

El Paso Times – Marfa residents complain about solar farm – Solar Plant Plan Divides West Texas Town El Paso Times – Marfa residents complain about solar farm – Solar Plant Plan Divides West Texas Town

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This article focuses on the reactions of a few artists in the West Texas town of Marfa to the proposed construction of a massive solar array on the edge of town. Many of the residents of this area feel that the array would destroy the pristine desert landscape and change Marfa from a charming small town to a huge power plant. The article also discusses some of the ways in which the solar company has tried to address the residents' complaints.

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