February 2017

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October 2010

Houston’s Green Office Challenge - Help Make Houston a Greener Community

Houston’s Green Office Challenge - Help Make Houston a Greener Community

Mayor Annise Parker and the City of Houston are challenging commercial property owners, property managers, office tenants and management districts to make Houston a greener place to live and work by participating in the Houston Green Office Challenge.

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Shell Woodcreek Wildflower Planting Beautifies and Benefits the Environment

Shell Woodcreek Wildflower Planting Beautifies and Benefits the Environment

In conjunction with the City of Houston’s 4th Annual Ladybird Johnson Tribute Wildflower Planting Event, over 40 Shell employees and volunteers recently planted wildflower seeds along the Addicks Dam bike trail behind Shell’s Woodcreek facility.

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Discard Your Unwanted Electronics at the Energy Corridor’s E-Recycle Event

Discard Your Unwanted Electronics at the Energy Corridor’s E-Recycle Event

Join us Saturday, November 6 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. for the Energy Corridor District’s E-Recycle event.

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Energy Corridor District Hosts Tour During ULI’s Suburban Marketplace

Energy Corridor District Hosts Tour During ULI’s Suburban Marketplace

Urban Land Institute (ULI) members and guests recently attending Suburbia Transformed: the Next Decade and Beyond received a private mobile tour of the Energy Corridor.

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It’s Not Too Late to Register for the Energy Capital Run

It’s Not Too Late to Register for the Energy Capital Run

If you are looking for something fun to do (and benefit a good cause), lace up your running shoes and head out to the Energy Capital Run on Saturday, October 23.

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Looking for a Bus Route in the Energy Corridor - Just Google

Looking for a Bus Route in the Energy Corridor - Just Google

Next time you look at Google Maps for directions, make sure you check out the bus icon feature.

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