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Entergy Grant Helping New Orleanians Geaux Green, Mitigate Flooding
04/23/2019

Entergy’s shareholders have contributed $150,000 to ensure the continued success of Green Light New Orleans’ one-of-a-kind rain barrel program.

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Go Green This Earth Day
04/18/2019

If you're looking to live more sustainably and reduce your environmental impact, what better time to start than Earth Day? Celebrated each year on April 22, Earth Day highlights the need to build a healthier, more sustainable planet. How can you help? Take the following actions.

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Entergy Customers Claim Free Energy-Saving Trees
04/09/2019

Tree planting to improve urban environments and restore wetlands and other vital natural areas is a key action Entergy takes to support the company's ongoing commitment to sustaining the environment.

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Laissez Les Bons Temps "Recycle"
03/28/2019

Entergy is proud to have partnered with local nonprofits this year as part to ensure a purple, gold and greener Mardi Gras.

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Recycle Me Something, Mister!
02/26/2019

Entergy partners with community groups to ensure sustainability of Mardi Gras.

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Green for Green
02/06/2019

Entergy's Environmental Initiatives Fund directs $800,000 annually toward environmental improvement projects. Apply now.

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Entergy Harnesses the Power of Trees
01/15/2019

Tree planting to improve urban environments and restore wetlands and other vital natural areas is a key action Entergy takes to support the company's ongoing commitment to sustaining the environment.

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Interns worked this past summer at Trinity River Wildlife Refuge in East Texas. They were (from left) Theresa Edwards, Andrew Miller and Devon Eldridge.
Interns worked this past summer at Trinity River Wildlife Refuge in East Texas. They were (from left) Theresa Edwards, Andrew Miller and Devon Eldridge.
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Entergy-funded program gives new growth to Trinity River Wildlife Refuge
12/20/2018

Planting thousands of trees and keeping hogs, disease and invasive plants from ruining the young forest is a tough job – especially in scorching heat and muddy conditions. But thanks to an environmental grant from Entergy Texas, Inc., the Trinity River Wildlife Refuge is able to do just that.

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