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.
Thousands of bikes every year are recirculating through a free economy that puts them under folks who need them most, oftentimes in Central America and Africa.
What happens after roadway are returned to communities as car- and truck-free spaces? As these case studies from New York to São Paulo show, a lot of cool things, actually.
‘San Antonians for Rail Transit’ seeks to rescue rail as a local, regional, and national transit (and climate) solution after years of official neglect.
Toyota Manufacturing came to San Antonio, in part, to save on the cost of pollution control technologies. Now with the EPA declaring Bexar County in nonattainment is it time to stop chasing auto manufacturing jobs?
For a City struggling to improve public health and reduce climate harms, a growing Loop 1604 comes with serious costs. Greg Harman This week, members of the CPS Energy Board of Trustees voted to pull a search committee together to seek out a replacement for outgoing CPS Energy CEO Paula […]
An Australian company has lithium mining rights on 5,000 acres of public lands. But even as exploratory wells circle sacred springs, the Hualapai Tribe are granted few rights to resist under US federal laws. Maya L. Kapoor | High Country News One autumn evening four years ago, Ivan Bender, a […]
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