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.
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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.
Racist mascots. Fossil fuel extraction. Murdered and missing indigenous women. Native runners highlight the high cost of continuing colonial domination in the United States and along the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.
With a growing list of false and stretched statements justifying its war on migratory birds, it’s time for the City of San Antonio to stop with the poop scares and make room for a bit of wildness in our parks.
An author of Rocky Mountain Institute’s scathing critique of CPS Energy’s 2021 Resource Plan says there’s lots to learn from its neglected report for those charting a pathway off of coal power.
Former CPS Energy exec Cris Eugster’s new venture seeks to drive Texas to 100-percent renewables with ‘Goldilocks’ solar farms while allowing companies to meet their sustainability goals.
With pro-extinction extremists running the Republican Party, and dangerous climate tipping points ahead, does the world still have room for feel-good nature documentaries?
Billions of dollars may soon be en route for US wildlife conservation. But a Texas-based org’s groundless ‘land grab’ warnings have seeded resistance across the West.