Toyota Manufacturing came to San Antonio, in part, to save on the cost of pollution control technologies. Now with the EPA declaring Bexar County in nonattainment is it time to stop chasing auto manufacturing jobs?
San Antonio Bioregion
Statements of Texas Historical Commission staff don’t jibe with City claims that towering trees must be removed to fix the river wall.
Ancient Greece, Vietnamese Buddhism, the biodiversity collapse, and Texas students being failed by the system helped inspire ‘The Bee Maker.’
This is what we learned from a year-long intervention on behalf of an unhoused man who lost limbs during February 2021’s polar vortex.
CPS Energy’s Rate Advisory Committee is centering fossil fuel interests, alienating Councilmembers, and just lost its most influential equity voice. What can be done?
Energy costs more when you have less. It’s a fact long accepted in the same punishing way that people accept forced disconnections from power naturally flows from an inability to keep up with the bills.
Bird populations are crashing. City lights are a major culprit. But ‘Bird City Certified’ San Antonio isn’t dimming its downtown—it’s turning on the River Walk’s holiday lights two weeks early.
A review of the legacy of outgoing CPS CEO Paula Gold-Williams reveals how she deftly managed climate action expectations through delay and misdirection. But with critical global deadlines looming, her replacement must make an equitable transition to clean energy their top priority.