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“When the Saints Come Marchin’ In,” a painting by Austin artist Jon Eric Narum, portrays a skyscape at the edge of the Texas Hill Country. Copyright 2006 Jon Eric Narum. Used by permission of the artist.

Texas Climate News is an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan magazine that publishes reporting and analysis about climate and sustainability.

We produce public-interest journalism, based on traditional principles of independent-mindedness, accuracy and fairness.

We don’t publish editorials, commentaries or other opinion-based articles. We don’t advocate policies or endorse candidates.

Texas Climate News is self-published by a nonprofit corporation of the same name, established in 2014 and based in Houston.

Sections

Texas Climate News has three sections for the coverage that our staff and contributors produce:

  • TCN Journal – a mix of news reporting, analysis, summary and synthesis
  • Features – longer, in-depth reporting and analysis
  • In Passing – assorted gleanings and shorter reports

Two sections present our selection of notable coverage by other news outlets:

  • Reports by Others – full-length articles from nonprofit news organizations, republished here with their permission
  • On Other Sites – links to coverage elsewhere

Organization

Funding

Texas Climate News is supported entirely by grants from foundations and donations from individuals.

We currently operate with funding from the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation and the Jacob and Terese Hershey Foundation and with gifts from individuals.

Readers’ support is crucial. Please consider making a donation to help us continue our work. TCN is a 501(c)(3) organization, so your donation will be tax-deductible.

Journalistic independence

TCN’s editors and writers make all editorial decisions independently, with no direction or influence from our funders.

Contact TCN

Contact us by email at texasclimatenews@gmail.com.

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The includes a compilation of our recent coverage. The RSSTwitter and Facebook feeds are updated when each new article is published in TCN JournalFeatures or In Passing.

Republication of TCN’s articles

Texas Climate News does not generally permit republication of complete versions of our original articles  – those published in our TCN Journal, Features and In Passing sections. Any republication of entire articles requires prior permission in writing by TCN’s editor. Of course, publication of brief excerpts from our original articles is permitted by the fair use doctrine. Credit and link any such published excerpts to Texas Climate News.

History

Texas Climate News was conceived by founding editor Bill Dawson and published from 2008-15 by the Houston Advanced Research Center, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization. TCN’s journalists were not HARC employees and made all editorial decisions independently.