Climate Justice Alliance members convened to begin hashing out the frontline response to emerging technologies—and rekindle the meaning of solidarity.
Corpus Christi ‘Clean Slate’ Council Candidates Target Industrial Misbehavior on Gulf Coast
Community outrage over massive desalination project helps bind four local candidates challenging the logics of extraction at epicenter of US oil exports.
PODCAST: Thanos Was An Ecofascist (But You Don’t Have to Be)
Deceleration speaks with the amazing team who turned a Marvel villain into a powerful teaching tool to expose the dangerous fallacies of ecofascism.
PODCAST: Evergreen Seeks to Speed Texas Solar Rollout with New ‘Goldilocks’ Model
Former CPS Energy exec Cris Eugster’s new venture seeks to drive Texas to 100-percent renewables with ‘Goldilocks’ solar farms while allowing companies to meet their sustainability goals.
PODCAST: Talkin’ Trash with Mary Elizabeth Cantú of Spare Parts
In Episode 21 of the Deceleration podcast, we offer critical conversation with the founder of San Antonio’s only center for creative reuse. Marisol Cortez In another life, I tell Mary Elizabeth Cantú, founder and director of Spare Parts Center for Creative Reuse, I studied waste. We’ve just finished a quick […]
PODCAST: CPS Energy vs the People of San Antonio
Several incoming San Antonio Council members want to freeze utility disconnections, reform CPS rates, and close the Spruce coal plant. They’d do well to listen to the attorney fighting CPS Energy’s lawsuit to eliminate the people’s right to reform the utility by petition.
PODCAST: Karla Aguilar, the Alamo, and How to Recover from White Supremacy
‘It takes compassion, courage, a willingness to ask tough questions to be able to continue to do the work. So when you look at the Alamo, you don’t think Davy Crockett or all this John Wayne mythology of this place. You think of the compassion and grace of those indigenous people.’
PODCAST: San Antonio’s ‘War on Birds’ Keeps Expanding
Two years ago, the City of San Antonio launched a war on the birds of Elmendorf Lake. The target was the hundreds of cattle egrets who have been roosting at this Westside ecological gem for decades. By razing the island to the ground, and dismantling possibly hundreds of nests, the assault destroyed the nesting ground for many related migratory birds. Many young were killed.