Scaling back or ending CPS Energy’s Save for Tomorrow Energy Plan—created to meet deep economic and environmental needs—shouldn’t be up for debate.
A local campaign to boot a national border militarization expo from San Antonio picks up steam. Your name here will help.
The project holds a snarl of interests, some reasonable (a collapsing wall), others repugnant (killing elder trees to evict migratory birds).
This December break, Camp Eco.Logic has a Deep Dive virtual program focused on “Resilient and Equitable Food Systems.”
On November 17 at 9am CST, join Deceleration and Environmental Humanities at UTSA in a co-sponsored virtual keynote panel on environmental justice and de/coloniality. What’s that, you ask?
San Antonio Office of Sustainability and Texas Creative ad agency have partnered with local grassroots groups serving target communities in the effort to gather critical data that will inform the City of San Antonio’s efforts.
SAHA residents respond to the horrific losses of power and water that left residents feeling “left to die”—including one confirmed case of Legionnaires’ disease currently under investigation. Marisol Cortez During Winter Storm Uri last month, residents of Fair Avenue Apartments—a San Antonio Housing Authority complex on SA’s Southside where a […]
On January 27, 2021, SAPD took the life of yet another young person, Erick Mejia, killing him in broad daylight outside South Park Mall after he fled on foot following a traffic stop. Organizers say he was fleeing for fear of deportation and showing signs of mental health crisis. At […]