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.
Tag: San Antonio
VIDEO: ‘Decolonize the Future’ with Arturo Escobar
A community conversation with Colombian decolonial scholar/activist Arturo Escobar, produced by Deceleration in partnership with UTSA.
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.
‘Against Terricide’: Arturo Escobar Speaking in San Antonio on Decolonial Movements
Renowned Latin American scholar-activist, Arturo Escobar, brings a vision integrating human communities and the Earth in the face of climate crisis.
Is San Antonio Not Big Enough for a Rookery?
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.
Melnick at 10: Reflecting on Climate Progress, Frustrations at San Antonio’s Sustainability Office
In San Antonio climate emissions are trending down—though far from fast enough. Since CPS Energy’s pledge to transition away from coal power, however, the City’s chief sustainability officer sees glimmers of progress (and a new bike master plan) ahead.
Rising Nazi Terror and Nuclear Power Risk
Attacks on US energy infrastructure across the US are increasing. Meanwhile, the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission is mulling shifting more security obligations from plant owners to local law enforcement.
Cheat Sheet: CPS Energy’s Jan 23 Vote to Close the Coal Plant
The recommendation is to convert the younger Spruce 2 unit in 2027 to run on gas instead of coal and to close the older Spruce 1 unit in 2028.