Warming temperatures appear to be extending the trees’ reproductive cycle and boosting pollen counts, according to the Fourth Annual Climate Change Assessment.
The San Antonio Water System’s Rate Advisory Committee picked affordability as top choice among a list of 10 priorities in setting water and sewer rates.
Boy Scouts are working to improve a stretch of trails in Northwest San Antonio that have become a hotspot for volunteer conservation projects.
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A developer planning a subdivision upstream of a sensitive Hill Country stream has changed his plans to avoid filling the creek with treated wastewater.
Commentary: I always harbored a suspicion about what happens to the trash we so carefully separate, so set out to find the answers to my own cynical questions.
San Antonio Water System officials earlier this week expressed support for taking on protection of the Edwards Aquifer.
The City of San Antonio is smoothing the way for a subdivision that’s not compatible with its goals of reducing sprawl. What’s in it for the City?
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and top San Antonio Water System officials are calling for SAWS to take on funding the Edwards Aquifer Protection Program.
Commentary: As programs are apparently now competing for a future share of the City sales tax, confusing statements about the EAPP have emerged.
The City is working on Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE), financing to make low-cost loans available for clean energy and water conservation projects.