San Antonio is one of the last large cities in the United States to get serious about climate change. But a plan now being developed is wide-ranging and potentially very […]
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Eight months after Hurricane Maria damaged 80 percent of Puerto Rico’s electricity grid, energy expert Lionel Orama-Exclusa talks to Yale Environment 360 about how the island is missing an opportunity to […]
Researchers have thoroughly investigated the link between ideology and attitudes toward climate change, finding that conservatives are significantly more likely to reject climate science, not because they misapprehend the facts, but because they are taking their cues from conservative elites, many of whom have close ties to the fossil fuel industry.
Local, state, and federal officials in San Antonio spoke out last night against the punitive federal practice of separating asylum-seeking families at the U.S.-Mexico border. They were joined in front […]
Emergency request to end family separation at border made with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. Julián Aguilar Texas Tribune A coalition of Texas-based attorneys have opened up a new […]
With ‘Dirty’ Deely’s retirement nearing, San Antonio’s CPS Energy hosting a hearing on keeping Spruce burning past 2040. Greg Harman SAN ANTONIO—Lumbering through the Earth Day throngs at Woodlawn Lake […]
Push back against Trump anti-worker, anti-planet agenda this fall by demanding a ‘just transition’ to a 100-percent renewable economy and millions of ‘family-sustaining jobs.’ Jessica Corbett Commons Dreams The Peoples […]
Vasillios Pistolis claimed to have ‘cracked three skulls’ in Charlottesville. But how serious are the U.S. Marines in their investigation? A.C. Thompson & Ali Winston ProPublica/Frontline It was Oct. 29, […]
With official start of hurricane season on Friday, people along the Texas coast should consider buying insurance, packing an emergency supply kit and learning their evacuation routes now. Alex Samuels […]
Time to start gargling your ethically sourced chamomile and honey tea. On Monday, the second round of sit-down meetings for the various Climate Action and Adaptation Plan technical working groups and their steering committee gets underway.
In ‘silent anguish,’ thousands of women fear community stigma as births begin to spike. Late last year, as violent repression in Myanmar sent Rohingyas fleeing to safety in Bangladesh, women […]
Workshop presenters say effective organizing is about memory. It’s about respecting community desire. And it’s about putting those most at risk first. Greg Harman This weekend, the Lone Star Chapter […]
Stand with Soap Works & Towne Center tenants-rights group is raising the voices of the city’s most vulnerable residents being torn by gentrification. Greg Harman In San Antonio, there have […]
Proposal Replaces ‘GMO’ with ‘Bioengineered’ on Labels, but USDA Asking Public for a Definition. Andrea Germanos The public comment period is now open on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s just […]
*UPDATE: It appears the San Antonio City Council doesn’t take all their marching orders from the San Antonio Express-News Editorial Board. Counter the daily’s advice, San Antonio’s electeds voted today […]
At AWAKE Media, we envision a world where young indigenous people have the resources and tools necessarily to tell their stories of resistance and cultural engagement. However, many forms of […]
Sue Curry Jansen & Brian Martin In March, Richard Spencer, a prominent white supremacist, cancelled his speaking engagements at U.S. universities, saying he was deterred by “antifa,” a loose international […]