The petition is the work of a group of environmentalists, conservative watchdogs, and rural activists opposed to the Vista Ridge pipeline.
San Antonio is on track to end the year with 12 inches less precipitation than normal, with dry conditions to persist into spring.
In 2018, the EPA declared San Antonio’s air too polluted to meet health standards. Texas officials who fought the decision lost on Wednesday.
The two are among the most heated environmental disputes in the the Texas Hill Country, where growth is stressing scarce water supplies.
The Biden administration could fight climate change with executive actions and investment in better technology.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said adding monarch butterflies to the endangered species list was warranted, but other creatures have priority.
The commitee’s creation comes ahead of a likely request by CPS Energy officials in 2021 for the utility’s first rate increase since 2013.
The east and west side of Phil Hardberger Park were unified on Friday with the opening of Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge.
‘Climate change doesn’t impact everybody equally’: Equity tops priorities in local global warming response
To address climate change, the City must also address inequity and systemic racism, officials said during the first Climate Ready Forum.
The City has announced the extension of the downtown River Walk kayaking program for residents and visitors.
CPS Energy has begun actively searching for partners in its aim to replace its oldest natural gas and coal units with clean energy tech.
A B grade is OK, but there’s more work to do if people want to safely swim and fish in the San Antonio River.