Heat, drought, and booming population growth have stressed the Texas aquifers that supply drinking water to millions of people.
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.
Volunteers flock to Key Largo to go underwater and help restore one of the world’s most important ecosystems.
Deceleration breaks down the (mostly) very bad, no good bills grinding through the Texas Legislature, noting some stuff we’re happy to see expire, and things that could actually be good if Governor Abbott signed them.
Unprecedented heatwaves and increasingly violent storms kill outright. But researchers are also discovering the many ways the global climate crisis is affecting our mental health—and finding ways to respond creatively.
Opponents say the bill would have a “chilling effect” on citizen reports of air and water pollution.
A community conversation with Colombian decolonial scholar/activist Arturo Escobar, produced by Deceleration in partnership with UTSA.