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OUR COALITION

Here (in alphabetical order) are the organizations that make our campaign possible:

 

AT&T is...

Balcones Resources is...

Caviar is the easiest way to order from Dallas's best independent restaurants.

Chipotle is...

D Magazine is Dallas's connection to the best local restaurants, food, activities, politics, and commentary.

Dallas Observer is the definitive source of information for news, music, movies, restaurants, reviews, and events in Dallas.

Dr. Pepper / Snapple Group is a manufacturer, bottler, and distributor of sodas based in Plano, Texas.

Earth Day Texas is a Dallas-based non-profit and the organizer of the world's largest Earth Day event, held annually in April.

Rooster Home & Hardware combines a traditional True Value store with an urban homesteading/gardening center.

Google is...

Green Grocer is...

Green Spot is a healthy convenience store & alternative-fuel gas station located near White Rock Lake.

Match.com is a pioneering online dating service headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

Moore Disposal is one of Dallas's longest-standing, family-owned waste, recycling, and clean-up service providers.

Recycle Revolution is an independent, non-landfill recycling & compost collection service and Community Drop-Off Center in Dallas, Texas.

Sierra Club is the nation's largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization.

Snappy Salads is an award-winning restaurant chain in Dallas-Fort Worth.

Strategic Materials is North Texas's leading glass processor and the nation's premier supplier of glass cullet to the container industry.

Texas Bottle Bill is...

Texas Campaign for the Environment is a publicly-funded 501-C(3) that works on issues related to public health & safety in the state of Texas.

The Perot Museum is...

The Rustic is...

Trash Bash is a Dallas-based litter cleanup & music festival held regularly in neighborhoods like Deep Ellum and Lower Greenville Ave.

Times Ten Cellars is...

Whole Foods (McKinney Avenue) is...