Texas State Page's Environmental LinksAfter page loads, click "ENVIRONMENTAL".
Texas Ecology Web SitesA large listing of the ecology web sites of Texas.
Texas A&M University Environmental Health & Safety DepartmentLists programs, general information, and training from the University.
Sustainable SourcesMany of us already recognize that there are problems with our culture's present patterns of living, and don't want to spend our time trying to play environmental police. It seems that taking on the role of Defender of the Environment is a step that many take when we realize the damage being caused by irresponsible actions around us.
State Energy Conservation OfficeSECO administers and delivers a variety of energy efficiency and renewable programs which significantly impact energy cost and consumption in the institutional,industrial, transportation and residential sectors.
Texas Audubon SocietyWelcome to the website of the Texas Audubon Society, the state office of the National Audubon Society. Please choose from our links in this site to learn more about our organization and its programs and sanctuaries, as well as about birds and birding in Texas.
Hummer HouseEnjoy the natural splendor of Hummer House, located 16 miles south of San Angelo near the quaint town of Christoval, Texas. Our location showcases the concentration of birds and animals of many species in their natural prime wildlife habitat.
Armand Bayou Nature CenterWelcome to Armand Bayou Nature Center. ABNC is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)3 wildlife refuge and wilderness preserve located southeast of Houston, in the center of a highly urbanized area between NASA/Johnson Space Center and Bayport Industrial District.
Citizens' Environmental CoalitionOur mission is to provide information and to foster dialogue about our environment. CEC is an information clearinghouse and communications network for environmental issues in the Houston/Galveston,Texas, area.
Project WILDProject WILD is one of the most widely used conservation and environmental education programs among educators of students in kindergarten through high school. Project WILD is based on the premise that young people and educators have a vital interest in learning about our natural world.
Wet in the CityWet in the City is an urban environmental education program of the Council for Environmental Education (CEE) that focuses on water resources. Through the establishment of diverse partner networks within cities, Wet in the City seeks to advance water education and environmental stewardship among urban youth.
Earthshare of TexasEarth Share of Texas is an organization of 73 local, state, national and international nonprofit environmental groups who have joined to participate in workplace giving programs in an easy, cost-effective manner.
Endangered Species Media ProjectThe Endangered Species Media Project (ESMP), a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, was founded in 1990 to establish a partnership with schools, corporations and private individuals. The mission of ESMP is to promote a greater understanding of how the quality of human life can be enhanced by the preservation of our wilderness and wildlife.
Environmental Institute of HoustonEnvironmental education, outreach, volunteer opportunities, and much, much more!
Friends of Texas WildlifeFriends of Texas Wildlife is a volunteer group organized to support the Wildlife Center of Harris County, Precinct 4, Texas. This is the only county-funded wildlife rehabilitation facility in the state of Texas.
Galveston-Houston Association for Smog PreventionThe Galveston-Houston Association for Smog Prevention (GHASP) is a community-based environmental organization dedicated to improving the quality of our region's hazardous air through public education, participation in the state and federal planning process, and active advocacy in appropriate venues.
Gulf Coast InstituteThe Gulf Coast Institute has a mission to provide smart growth for the Houston Region.
Harris County Green PartyThe Harris County Green Party Organizing Committee exists to help build the Green Party of Texas. Our goal is to create a legally recognized political party with full ballot access with NO corporate support or sponsorship. We are guided by the "four pillars" of the Green Party organizing activity world-wide: Ecological Wisdom, Social Justice, Grassroots Democracy, Non-violence.
HEART (Help Endangered Animals-Ridley Turtles)Our mission is to work for the preservation of endangered turtles, to be involved in the international project to save Kemp's Ridley Turtle, and to promote the Turtle-Safe Shrimp program.