Senate Committee on Natural Resources
NOTE: This is archived committee information from the 77th Legislative Session.
Eddie Lucio, Jr.
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77th Session Interim
77th Regular Session
- May 25, 2001 – Conference Committee on SB2
- May 11, 2001 [ Part I , Part II, Part III ]
- May 10, 2001
- May 8, 2001
- May 7, 2001
- May 4, 2001
- May 3, 2001
- May 1, 2001 [ Part I, Part II ]
- April 26, 2001
- April 24, 2001
- April 19, 2001
- April 17, 2001
- April 11, 2001 – (audio)
- April 10, 2001
- April 5, 2001
- April 3, 2001
- March 29, 2001
- March 27, 2001
- March 22, 2001
- March 20, 2001
- March 13, 2001
- March 6, 2001
- February 27, 2001
- February 20, 2001
- February 13, 2001
- February 6, 2001
- January 23, 2001 – (audio)
The following reports are available for download:
- The following items are the Senate Committee on Natural Resources Interim Reports to the 78th Legislature:
- Charge 1 - SB5 FINAL REPORT (3.1 MB, PDF format)
- Charge 2 - COLONIA FINAL REPORT (4.4 MB, PDF format)
- Charge 4 - NATURAL DISASTER FINAL REPORT (1.4 MB, PDF format)
- Charge 5 - ALTERNATIVE FUELS FINAL REPORT (293 KB, PDF format)
- Joint Committee on Water Resources (476 KB, PDF format)
- Subcommittee on Agriculture (2.0 MB, PDF format)
- Joint Committee on Natural Resource Public Interest Counsel (1.6 MB, PDF format)
- Assess current efforts to reduce emissions and comply with standards in the federal Clean Air Act. The Committee should monitor the efforts of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan Advisory Committee established in SB 5, 77th Legislature.
- Monitor the implementation of the colonia water and wastewater self-help grant program established in SB 312, 77th Legislature.
- Monitor the activities of the Joint Committee on Water Resources, the Texas Water Advisory Council and the Joint Interim Committee on Office of Natural Resource Public Interest Counsel.
- Study and evaluate the state's ability to respond to natural disasters, such as hurricanes, tropical storms, coastal flooding, and flooding along the state's river basins; assess the extent to which population growth and land use along the coast and the river basins has increased the state's vulnerability to such hazards. The Committee shall make recommendations on the state's flood mitigation program and state coordination with the federal government and political subdivisions of the state.
- Study and make recommendations on the research and use of alternative fuels and fuel additives in Texas. The Committee shall assess the cost-benefit of innovative technology in converting solid and agricultural waste into fuel and fuel additives.