For nearly two centuries, Texas has been a place of discovery, exploration and possibility. But past prosperity does not automatically mean future success.
By 2036, our state will be home to 10 million more Texans. That growth represents significant opportunity, but also is expected to strain our infrastructure, water supplies, schools, health care system and economy and increase current inequities in our state.
To be the best place to live and work for the next generation of Texans, and the generations after them, we will need to come together to think strategically and forge the right solutions.