Reliant Energy Supports GEAA through Carbon Offset Campaign Year Three

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GEAA is pleased to announce the third year of The Reliant EcoShareSM, a way that Texans can support GEAA and offset their own carbon production at the same time.

Reliant and EarthShare of Texas have launched a program that allows Reliant customers to help reduce their carbon footprints through the purchase of carbon offsets. And for each customer-purchased offset, Reliant will make a contribution to EarthShare of Texas and its participating organizations. As an EarthShare of Texas participating organization, GEAA will benefit from this program.

For more information, follow this link to the EarthShare of Texas website or go directly to


Community Rain Garden Project

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What is a Rain Garden?

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A Study with UTSA College of Architecture and GEAA

How to get a Rain Garden

Community Rain Garden Application
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Day 2 – September 24, 2016
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Carbon Offsets — EcoShare

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Be your own hero. Choose a plan that helps the planet and reduces your carbon footprint. When you sign up for the EcoShare program, a small amount is added to your monthly bill. A portion will go to EarthShare of Texas and a portion will go towards purchasing carbon offsets. EcoShare contributions have helped raise nearly half a million dollars to help EarthShare of Texas support dozens of local environmental groups. Make a difference each month and keep Texas beautiful; it’s our way of helping you make a change.

For more information, follow this link to the EarthShare of Texas website or go directly to


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