For four years, State environmental regulators, the AG’s office, and San Antonio Code Enforcement have all been trying to crack down on the operator of a failed recycling venture that specialized in processing construction waste.
Operating CPS Energy’s J.K. Spruce coal plant cost $121 million over the last five years compared to alternative forms of energy, a Sierra Club study found.
The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization approved distributing $63 million to 12 projects for air quality improvement and congestion mitigation.
*Sponsored* On Saturday, June 8, the San Antonio River Authority hosts CreekFest, an eco-friendly community festival, at the San Pedro Creek Culture Park.
Robert Amerman started as a San Antonio River Foundation volunteer in 2011. Eight years later, he is stepping down from his role as executive director.
Commentary: It’s important to know how much San Antonio’s climate action plan will cost. Another vital question: What are the costs of doing nothing?
A vision to limit the worst effects of climate change and remake the U.S. economy got its first public hearing in San Antonio at an event on the West Side.
As the dust settles on a fierce mayoral election, San Antonio’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan is again the subject of controversy and debate.
The second day day after a severe thunderstorm tore through central San Antonio, City and CPS Energy crews continued to work to untangle the snarls of downed power lines and fallen trees and limbs.
The storm most severely affected power in the 78212 and 78201 ZIP codes north of downtown, according to the utility.
City Arborist Mark Bird said that the tree was an Arizona ash, more than 35 years old, and hefty, with a trunk of around 38 inches in diameter.