On August 12, 2023, after enduring nearly a month of triple-digit temperatures Garcia, at age 56, passed away. Residents are now seeking to hold city and state agencies accountable for his death.
A City of San Antonio redevelopment project rooted in the destruction of birds and trees in Brackenridge Park threatens Native American religious practice, a new federal lawsuit charges.
Warning of a deepening rift with the community, San Antonio Councilmembers sought three-week delay to mediate on the bond-funded project that hinges upon bird and tree removals on lands held as sacred by many.
San Antonio residents call on VIA to install more bus shelters, share DIY tips on cutting the heat at monthly Southwest Workers Union food distribution event.
Deceleration speaks with Texas AFL-CIO Deputy Policy Director Ana Gonzalez about extreme heat, worker deaths, and fighting forward in the midst of a climate emergency.
San Antonio Councilmembers voice support for policy recommendations that could expand urban farms and forests across the city.
As many as one in four U.S. residents live with a disability, increasing their risk of injury or death from climate-driven disasters. Yet disaster planning efforts have largely failed to account for the needs of those with greater physical or cognitive challenges.
A community conversation with Colombian decolonial scholar/activist Arturo Escobar, produced by Deceleration in partnership with UTSA.