The Texas Environmental Almanac provides current and historical facts, explanatory figures and legislative information on the current condition of Texas water, land, and air, as well as the status of the state's energy use and waste generation. This information has been compiled from mandated reports and studies conducted by Texas governmental agencies. Special sections focus on the status of Texas parkland and coastal wetlands, Texas flora and fauna, pesticide use and the relationship between the state's environmental health and public health. The Almanac is an invaluable resource for anyone who wants to make educated decisions about issues which influence the environment in his or her daily life.
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