In 2019 a staggering study revealed North America had lost nearly 3 billion birds since 1970 — almost 30% of the total population, with declines in both common and rare species. The figures floored even the researchers.
VIDEO: Save Brack’s Birds and Trees Pilgrimage
The City of San Antonio is involved in a multi-year assault on migratory birds in city parks. ‘Save Brack’s Birds and Trees Pilgrimage,’ April 8, 2023.
Volunteers Repairing Arson Damage at South San Antonio Migrant Memorial
44-year-old Estela Banda said she was inspired by God to set the site ablaze, according to the San Antonio Express News. Angelita Olvera said a total of six of the 54 crosses were destroyed and flags were burned.
Seeking Solutions at the Climate Justice Alliance’s National Summit
Climate Justice Alliance members convened to begin hashing out the frontline response to emerging technologies—and rekindle the meaning of solidarity.
Corpus Christi ‘Clean Slate’ Council Candidates Target Industrial Misbehavior on Gulf Coast
Community outrage over massive desalination project helps bind four local candidates challenging the logics of extraction at epicenter of US oil exports.
From Displacement to Resilience: Climate Migrants Helping Grow Needed Solutions
People from nations highly vulnerable to climate change—like the Marshall Islands and Honduras—are now helping the United States to better prepare for its impacts David Sherfinski | @dsherfinski | Thomson Reuters Foundation When Benetick Kabua Maddison moved to the United States from the Marshall Islands aged six, it was partly […]
Wind Power Rush Headed to Gulf of Mexico
Upcoming offshore wind farms in the Gulf of Mexico could bring jobs as well as clean energy to Texas communities.
Media: Don’t Forget 50 GOP Senators Are Willing to Let the Planet Burn
‘Manchin deserves all this condemnation and more, but it is bizarre that his Republican counterparts haven’t faced this intensity of criticism, even though they are at least as culpable.’