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1. Green Roofs

2. Save the Food Coalition

3. Electric Generation

3.1. education, networking, & advocacy

3.1.1. CleanTX Foundation

3.1.2. TREIA- Texas Renewable Energy Industry Alliance

3.1.3. WRISE- Women of Renewable industries and Sustainable Energy

3.1.4. YPE- Young Professionals in Energy

3.1.5. Solar Austin

3.1.6. Interfaith Power & Light

3.2. products & technology

3.2.1. research & innovation

3.2.1.1. Pecan Street Inc.

3.2.1.2. Texas Clean Energy Coalition

3.2.1.3. Webber Energy Group

3.2.2. residential PV Installation

3.2.3. commercial PV development and consulting

3.2.3.1. Meridian Solar

3.2.3.2. Longhorn Solar

3.2.3.3. Clean Energy Associates

3.2.4. commercial PV installation

3.2.5. home improvement

3.2.5.1. TreeHouse (Dallas)

3.2.5.2. Energy Sage

3.3. programs & assistance

3.3.1. Austin Energy- Residential Solar Rebate Program

3.3.2. Green Choice Renewable Energy

3.3.3. CleanTX Foundation

3.3.4. Power to Choose

3.3.5. Austin Energy- Austin Solar Education Course

3.3.6. Green Zone Home

4. Food

4.1. Plant-based diet

4.1.1. Dining

4.1.1.1. ATX Vegans Map

4.1.1.2. Red Hot Vegans Austin Guides

4.1.2. Shopping

4.1.2.1. Delivery

4.1.2.1.1. Greenling

4.1.2.1.2. Imperfect Produce

4.1.2.1.3. Lettuce Networks

4.1.2.1.4. Farmhouse Delivery

4.1.2.2. Farmer's Markets

4.1.2.2.1. Sustainable Food Center- Downtown

4.1.2.2.2. Sustainable Food Center- Sunset Valley

4.1.2.3. Financial Assistance

4.1.2.3.1. Double Dollars

4.1.3. policy, education, & advocacy

4.1.3.1. Farm & Ranch Freedom Alliance

4.1.3.2. Austin Travis County Food Policy Board

4.1.3.3. Urban Patchwork

4.1.3.4. The Happy Kitchen

4.1.4. urban agriculture

4.1.4.1. Austin Permaculture Guild

4.1.4.2. Community gardens

4.1.4.2.1. Food is Free

4.1.4.3. Urban Farm CSA (community supported agriculture)

4.1.4.3.1. Urban Roots

4.1.4.3.2. Coyote Creek Farms

4.2. food waste

4.2.1. commercial compost services

4.2.1.1. Texas Disposal Systems

4.2.1.2. Maestro Gro

4.2.1.3. Break It Down Austin

4.2.1.4. Organics by Gosh

4.2.2. residential compost services

4.2.2.1. Green Thumb Compost

4.2.2.2. Organics by Gosh

4.2.3. rebates, programs, & resources

4.2.3.1. residential

4.2.3.1.1. Home composting rebate program

4.2.3.2. commercial

4.2.3.2.1. Universal Recycling Ordinance: Commercial Businesses

4.2.3.2.2. Zero-waste Business Rebate

4.2.4. food recovery

4.2.4.1. Keep Austin Fed

4.2.4.2. Texas Food Recovery Network

5. Land Use

5.1. landscape & gardening

5.1.1. Coalition of Austin Community Gardens

5.1.2. Useful Wild Plants

5.1.3. Rebates & Incentives

5.1.4. Austin Permaculture Guild

5.1.5. Grow Green

5.1.6. Native Plant Society of Texas

5.1.7. Austin Urban Forestry

5.1.8. The Natural Gardener

5.1.9. Austin Urban Gardens

5.1.10. Tree Folks

5.1.11. Texas Oak Wilt

5.2. conservation, education, & preservation

5.2.1. Austin Parks Foundation

5.2.2. Westcave Preserve

5.2.3. Bright Leaf Preserve

5.2.4. Bull Creek Foundation

5.2.5. Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

5.2.6. Travis Audubon Society

5.2.7. Austin Nature & Science Center

5.2.8. Zilker Botanical Garden

5.2.9. Austin Urban Forestry

5.2.10. Texas League of conservation Voters

5.3. urban agriculture

5.3.1. Austin Permaculture Guild

5.3.2. Community gardens

5.3.3. Urban Farm CSA (community supported agriculture)

5.3.3.1. Urban Patchwork

5.3.3.2. Urban Roots

5.3.3.3. Coyote Creek Farms

6. Buildings and Cities

6.1. urban planning & design

6.1.1. Downtown Austin Plan

6.1.2. Austin Planning Commission

6.1.3. Imagine Austin

6.1.3.1. Austin Urban Forestry

6.1.4. Urban Heat Island

6.1.5. Congress for New Urbanism

6.2. UT Center for Sustainable Development

6.3. networking, education, & advocacy

6.3.1. US Green Building Council

6.3.2. Design~Build~Live

6.3.3. Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems

6.4. renovation, improvement, & retro-fitting

6.4.1. Austin Habitat for Humanity ReStore

6.4.2. Green Zone Home

6.4.3. EcoWise

6.4.4. EcoSafe Spaces

6.5. rebates & incentives

6.5.1. Austin Energy

6.5.2. Austin Energy Green Building Program

6.6. design & architecture

6.6.1. HDR

6.6.2. StudioVerde

6.6.3. Austin Urban Gardens

6.7. maintenance & services

6.7.1. Clean Air Lawn Care

6.7.2. Klean Image Janitorial

7. Transport

7.1. general mobility advocacy, education, & policy

7.1.1. Congress for New Urbanism

7.1.2. Drive Clean Texas

7.1.3. COST (Coalition on Sustainable Transportation)

7.1.4. Austin Department of Transportation

7.1.5. CAMPO

7.2. electric vehicle

7.2.1. Austin EV

7.2.2. Plug-In Austin (rebates, maps, etc.)

7.3. public bus, rail, & shuttle

7.3.1. Downtown Austin Alliance

7.3.2. CapMetro (trip planner)

7.4. 2-wheeled

7.4.1. electric scooter & bikes

7.4.1.1. Alien Scooters

7.4.1.2. Rocket Electrics

7.4.1.3. Electric Avenue

7.4.1.4. Plug-In Austin (rebates, maps, etc.)

7.4.2. Urban Trails Program

7.4.3. bicycle

7.4.3.1. FrankenBike

7.4.3.2. Bike Austin

7.4.3.3. Yellow Bike Project

7.5. pedestrian

7.5.1. Austin Pedestrian Project

7.5.2. Child Safety Program

8. Women & Girls

8.1. family planning

8.1.1. Women's Health and Family Planning Association of Texas

8.1.2. Planned Parenthood

8.1.3. Austin Women's Health Center

8.1.4. Austin Health

8.1.5. Mama Sana Vibrant Woman

8.2. education

8.2.1. Girls' Empowerment Network

8.2.2. Girlstart

8.2.3. Avance Austin

8.2.4. Con Mi Madre

8.2.5. Girl Scouts of Texas

8.3. woman-owned business

8.3.1. WBE (Woman-Owned Business and Enterprise) Program

8.3.2. Women's BiZ Inc.

8.3.3. The Women's Chamber of Commerce

8.3.4. [email protected]

8.3.5. Young Women's Alliance

8.3.6. Texas Women in Business

8.4. child care

8.4.1. ACC Child Care Services

8.4.2. Austin subsidized child care

8.4.3. Bright Horizons

8.4.4. Workforce Solutions

8.4.5. Avance Austin

8.4.6. Mama Sana Vibrant Woman

8.5. family security and living assistance

8.5.1. Hays Caldwell Women's Center

8.5.2. Jeremiah Program

8.5.3. Latinitas

8.5.4. SAFE Alliance

9. Materials

9.1. shopping. re-use, & donation

9.1.1. EcoWise

9.1.2. Shop Zero Waste

9.1.3. specialized items

9.1.3.1. TOPS Texas (office furniture)

9.1.3.2. Austin Creative Re-Use (arts & crafts)

9.1.4. Freecycle

9.1.5. Habitat ReStore

9.2. building & design

9.2.1. EcoSafe Spaces

9.3. education, policy, & networking

9.3.1. Zero-waste events

9.4. hazardous waste disposal

9.4.1. residential services

9.5. recycling

9.5.1. Austin Resource Recovery

9.5.2. Universal Recycle Ordinance

9.5.3. Commercial recycling rebate program

9.5.4. TRI-Recycling

9.5.5. Ecology-Action

9.5.6. specialized items

9.5.6.1. Austin re-blend (paint)

9.5.6.2. Little Miss Recycle (e-waste and toner)

9.5.6.3. River City Rolloffs & Recycling (construction)

9.5.6.4. Recycling Center (appliances)