The zoo’s Center for Conservation and Research recently announced the first successful breeding of the Georgia blind salamander in captivity.
Levels of ozone pollution in San Antonio are expected to spike to harmful levels and remain that way for the rest of the week, according to air quality forecasts.
A family business started by a San Antonio mother and daughter, Compost Queens is about finding the best possible use for the scraps of leftover food from homes and restaurants that might otherwise harm the environment.
*Sponsored* On Saturday, June 8, the San Antonio River Authority hosts CreekFest, an eco-friendly community festival, at the San Pedro Creek Culture Park.
A Hill Country bat preserve will reopen to the public a little more than a year after a cloud of pesticide drifted over cave visitors from a nearby ranch.
Commentary: Will CPS Energy shut its coal-fired plant and invest in renewables? If history is any guide, not without community resistance and help from our elected leaders.
Crescent Bend Nature Park is made up of 190 acres just south of a particularly twisty section of Cibolo Creek, which forms the border of Bexar and Guadalupe counties.
Conditions are looking perfect for tubers and paddlers to revel in rivers across the region over the weekend. The San Antonio, Guadalupe, Frio, and Medina, are all running higher than average.
At its July meeting on Tuesday, the SAWS board of trustees approved a 5 percent pay increase and $100,000 bonus for President and CEO Robert Puente. The increase takes Puente’s annual salary from $468,194 to $496,520.
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.