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CEC Houston Environmental News Update is a weekly publication of the Citizens' Environmental Coalition, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the quality of life and health in the Houston/Galveston region through education, dialogue, and collaboration regarding environmental issues. Visit the CEC on line at http://www.cechouston.org

eNature.com was cofounded in February 2000 by Andrew Stewart, the publisher of Chanticleer Press, Robert Ellis, former publisher and lead investor of XOOM.com, and Chris Krueger and Amy Pertschuk, founders of C-Wave, a San Francisco-based internet design and development agency. In February 2001, the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), the nation’s largest conservation group, announced its acquisition of eNature.com. The non-profit eNature site continues to operate independently, but now shares unparalleled content and nature discovery tools with the non-profit www.NWF.org.

National Wildlife Federation inspires Americans to protect wildlife for our children's future. Read more about our work to protect wildlife. You may also want to download our Annual Report, know our Staff and Board of Directors, and learn about our commitment to diversity.  National Wildlife Federation provides resources for media through our Newsroom including press releases, fact sheets, and reports. Sign up online for their free newsletter.

Houston-Galveston Area Council's (H-GAC's) Community and Environmental Planning (C&E) E-newsletter. We hope this monthly newsletter will keep you up to date on the wide variety of community planning, economic development and environmental planning programs going on at H-GAC.

 

 

 

This website is provided as a service to members of the Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition and the general public. It is intended to be used as a source of information to assist Neighborhood communities located in the Cypress Creek Watershed and elsewhere develop awareness, analyze risks and plan methods for dealing with storm water flooding and preservation of forested floodplain corridors. No information should be considered as being completely accurate nor warranted for any purpose. The Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition is a participating Project Impact partner pledged to support developing a more disaster –resistant community in Harris County and surrounding area.
 

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