Ecologically transformative Westside Creeks Project dogged by gentrification fears advances to final design phase on San Antonio’s Westside.
‘Climate Science, The Good, The Bad, and The Wicked’ promises a think tank for climate intervention in Texas—and you’re invited.
Heat, drought, and booming population growth have stressed the Texas aquifers that supply drinking water to millions of people.
“There’s an old farmer saying, ‘If your neighbor asked you how much rain you got, you want to be able to tell them that you got all of it.’”
The Texas Lege’s failure to reform energy-intensive bitcoin mining in Texas means the industry will continue to expand alongside record-setting grid demand, extreme weather disasters, water strain, and rising consumer energy costs. Second thoughts, anyone?
SAHA residents respond to the horrific losses of power and water that left residents feeling “left to die”—including one confirmed case of Legionnaires’ disease currently under investigation. Marisol Cortez During Winter Storm Uri last month, residents of Fair Avenue Apartments—a San Antonio Housing Authority complex on SA’s Southside where a […]
With many research projects sidelined by COVID-19, community members in Texas and beyond can help keep a range of important research on track, from taking local water samples to simply counting the birds. Theresa Crimmins, Erin Posthumus, & Kathleen Prudic The rapid spread of COVID-19 in 2020 disrupted field research […]
Texas coal companies are leaving behind contaminated land. The state is letting them. An investigation by The Texas Tribune and Grist shows that regulators in the Lone Star State have given a hand up to struggling coal companies as they face millions of dollars in mandated land restoration costs. Kiah […]