Resources for Other Public Entities

This list shows all resources relevant to public entities other than municipalities.

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The Riverfront Park Project, a City of Denver initiative located on former railroad land, is an urban infill planned comunity that includes housing, retail, and restaurant spaces.  The Project is linearly organized between railroad tracks and a 19-acre, city-developed park; it is connected to downtown by an iconic pedestrian bridge spanning the historic railroad tracks.

The DOE SunShot Initiative accelerates the affordability of solar energy through research and development with public and private partners.
A brief video about why you shouldn't flush your medications down the toilet or sink.
Watershed Protection Plans (WPP) are useful to water quality planning because they contain management measures to reduce pollutants and public education and outreach programs that were developed with stakeholder input. These measures and outreach programs may be useful ideas to others.
Electric Vehicles North Texas (EVNT) is the electric vehicles (EV) subcommittee of the Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities (DFWCC) Coalition.
Energy Efficiency Day promotes the benefits of year-round energy efficiency.
ENERGY STAR makes energy efficiency simple by certifying energy-efficient products and new homes and by offering recommendations on how to save energy at home, in commercial buildings, and at plants.
Energy Star Portfolio Manager measures energy usage, water consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of buildings.
Energy Systems Laboratory provides innovative research on energy use, energy efficiency, and emissions reduction.
Engine Off North Texas is a regional initiative dedicated to reducing the impacts associated with idling vehicles.
The Environmental Defense Fund preserves natural systems through innovative solutions in the areas of climate & energy, oceans, ecosystems, and health.
To aid in preparing coastal cities for the effects of climate change, with particular focus to sea level rise.
To provided funding resources and other assistance for environmental justice initiatives and activities.
To provide information and resources on green infrastructure and its implementation.
Provides educational tools for the public on nonpoint source pollution or stormwater runoff.
For those seeking general facts on soil absorption systems
To provide an overview of focus areas the EPA plans to address to improve environmental justice in Texas.
For communities looking for "cost-effective, long-term approaches to managing their aging wastewater infrastructure".
The EPA Water Audits identify real and apparent water losses.
This simple calculator estimates how much water, energy, and money can be saved by installing WaterSense labeled products in a home or apartment building.
These recommendations provide a list of measures that local governments can pursue to act more water-consciously and to educate communities on efficient water use.
Provides a self-paced training on watershed matters.
For stakeholders looking for funding to support watershed restoration and/or preservation