Residents of Corpus Christi, home to six refineries and the busiest oil export port in the United States, suffer from a utility burden that is more than twice the national average. Deceleration’s mapping project shows how utility burden, asthma, and of health insurance is linked for many across the four-county Corpus area.
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New data highlighting extreme vulnerability of the global built environment ranks Florida, California, and Texas top among U.S. states to suffer from climate change.
The monster tax abatement program known as Chapter 313 expired on Dec. 31, but a flurry of last minute proposals may have irreversible effects for decades into the future.
Community outrage over massive desalination project helps bind four local candidates challenging the logics of extraction at epicenter of US oil exports.
Texas coastal residents are fighting against a new wave of oil and gas export plants: challenging permits, staging protests at home or joining forces with activists abroad.
Corpus Christi, TX, is no stranger to the sea, and increasingly the sea is no stranger to Corpus Christi.