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In 1995, the Texas Center for Policy Studies published the Texas Environmental Almanac, the first publication to provide a comprehensive look at the state of the state's environment in an accessible and reader-friendly format. Interesting for Texas citizens and policy makers alike, the Texas Environmental Almanac provides facts, figures, historical and legislative information on the condition of Texas land, air and water, as well as the state’s energy use and waste generation at the time.
The Almanac was subsequently published on-line by the Texas Environmental Center. Text copies are no longer available.
In 2000, The Texas Environmental Almanac, 2nd Edition, was published by the University of Texas Press. Compiled by the Texas Center for Policy Studies, the 2nd Edition is an extensive update of the original Almanac, however it is no longer in print.
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