The Take Care of Texas Video Contest is a fun way for young people to learn about protecting the environment and come up with creative ways to share this knowledge with others! Students film a 30-second video that shows positive ways to Take Care of Texas. The students that submit the best videos can win great prizes, awarded by the contest sponsor, Waste Management of Texas, Inc.
The public has an opportunity to pick their favorite videos January 11 through 25, 2018. A panel of TCEQ staff and representatives from Waste Management Texas will choose the first, second, and third place winners from each of the grade groups. Winners will be announced February 20, 2018.
Click here to vote!
Driverless Vehicles: Are You Ready?
SAVE THE DATE for the January 22, 2018 Brown Bag Lunch Series
H-GAC Offices, 2nd Floor, Rm B, Houston, TX 77027
- Automated/connected roadway vehicle technology – mobility challenges and benefits
- Infrastructure gaps that must be filled to support automated vehicle technology
- Transit applications with fully automated operations
- Early deployment of automated transit in Houston’s urban districts
Location: HGAC – 2nd Floor – Conference Room B
An agenda and more information will follow shortly.
Nominations for Chair and Vice Chair
In the meantime, we are currently accepting nominations for a new Chair and Vice Chair. Nominees must only be current Committee members. Both will agree to serve a two year term. At the end of that term, the Vice Chair will become the new chair. Please contact us if you have any questions, or one of our emeritus leadership members like past chairs Dennis Caputo, Carole Lamont, or Steve Hupp or past Vice-chair Pudge Wilcox. Nominations can be made by contacting Justin at 713-499-6653 or 832-746-2140 (c).
We hope to see you all there!
If you are unable to attend in-person, H-GAC also provides the following alternatives.
- Webinar – (webinar link coming soon).
- Phone only – Call 713-481-0090 (same number as webinar). When prompted, enter passcode 1067870, then press #.
When you participate in a Fight For Air Climb, you are stepping up to make a positive impact in the lives of those affected by lung disease. Participants raise funds to support the mission of the American Lung Association while training to climb the stairs of a skyscraper.
Whether you are climbing alone or with friends and family, as a part of a healthy lifestyle or in honor of all those who are affected by lung disease, you will achieve a sense of personal accomplishment as you reach the top of the building and the height of your fundraising potential. Every step you take moves us forward in our fight for healthy lungs and clean air.
We encourage you to start today and are here to help you, from the first step in your Climb all the way to the top.