Federal authorities have reached a deal that gives builders of the privately funded fence control over where to inspect for damage and leeway over which issues they choose to repair. Perla Trevizo and Jeremy Schwartz ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up for Border Updates […]
Years before the climate crisis was part of national discourse, this White House climate memo predicted catastrophe. What went wrong? America’s first secretary of energy. Emma Pattee In 1977 Star Wars hit movie theaters, New York City had a blackout that lasted 25 hours, and the Apple II personal computer […]
The City of San Antonio-owned utility’s acting CEO talks about the people’s right to energy, the next generation of power sources, the importance of resilience centers and robust energy conservation, and approaching the Biden Administration for ways to retire coal faster. Greg Harman CPS Energy is a utility in transition. […]
Greg Harman Four years ago, thousands of young people and adults flooded downtown San Antonio streets demanding gun reform in the wake of the mass killing at Sutherland Springs and a high school in Parkland, Florida. It was part of a national movement for gun reform. Today, after a shooter […]
Surveys show a majority of Texans want policies to combat industry-driven climate change, but broadscale voter suppression means elected leaders don’t need to follow voter concerns.
Ahead of yet another public hearing on a proposed mass tree removal, a group of San Antonio poets stand in solidarity with the tree and bird protectors of Brackenridge Park.
Declining harvests, heavier regulation, climate change, and oil and gas development all have taken the Texas oyster industry to the breaking point.
Rather than argue over how differently some of us are supporting people based on where they come from, we should argue over the strategies needed to move from “Ukrainian refugees welcome” to “all refugees welcome” and “freedom of movement.”