November 10, 2020 Agenda

IN IT TOGETHER – THE FUTURE OF CONSERVATION

The future of conservation is collaboration — collaboration between business and conservation communities such that conservation is not a separate project, group, or conversation but part of our DNA. Conservation must be part of who we are — as citizens, family members, leaders, entrepreneurs, humans. It is collaboration that yields innovation and returns that positively shape our resources, health, and economy. Texan by Nature’s 2020 summit brings leaders from all sectors together to discuss and shape this future.

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December 10, 2020 Agenda

COLLABORATIVE CONSERVATION

Collaboration produces better results — more innovative solutions, deeply engaged team members, higher loyalty and morale. Research shows that teams working collaboratively stick to the task 64 percent longer than those in solitary endeavors, report higher engagement levels, cite lower fatigue levels, and have a higher success rate. Collaborative conservation spanning business, landowners, communities, and natural resource organizations yield similar positive results.

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February 10, 2021 Agenda

DEVELOPING FUTURE RETURNS

Home to seven of the 15 fastest growing cities in the U.S., Texas’ population has increased over 48% in the last decade alone. With this mass urbanization, less than 1% of Texans are landowners and there’s a diminished connection to nature and our natural resources. As Texas develops, it’s critical that conservation and business work together to create innovative spaces, practices, and leaders to care for our natural resources, prosperity, and health for generations to come.

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March 10, 2021 Agenda

REIMAGINING RESOURCES

Texas is bountiful – enjoying the world’s 10th largest GDP, 29 million citizens, and 10 diverse ecoregions. Reimagining how we bring our plentiful resources together to deliver innovative places, resilient landscapes and natural resources, equitable access, and economic opportunities is a future that will benefit every Texan at work, at play, and at home.

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These events are made possible by our 2020 Summit and Program Sponsors:

H-E-B | Deedie Rose | Phillips 66 | Carolyn Miller | Houston Methodist | Shell | XTO Energy

Holt Cat | NRG | Texas Disposal Systems | Tito’s | Lyda Hill Philanthropies | Enbridge | BAE Systems

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