City officials are hoping to get more volunteers for two committees meant to guide the City as it makes good on its pledge to fight climate change.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff said County funding could fill the gap left by the loss of a one-eighth-cent sales tax that now funds linear trails.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department regularly stocks Calaveras and Braunig lakes with fish. Both were made to hold cooling water for CPS Energy plants.
CPS Energy has faced criticism for operating less transparently than its sister utility, the San Antonio Water System.
As a writer and researcher, Robert Bullard has never been afraid to point out the environmental inequities that surround us.
One Bexar County commissioner is asking questions about a potential proposal to have the county take over funding for hike and bike trails along local creekways.
A recent study by Texas regulators indicates that San Antonians could breathe easier if not for pollution wafting in from outside the U.S.
Water from five counties away is gushing down Huebner Creek as testing on the San Antonio Water System’s new pipeline begins.
The Texas House Natural Resources Committee chair weighed in on San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s plans to shift a tax to protect the Edwards Aqufier.
CPS Energy officials hope to continue their existing energy efficiency programs for another year while they work to set up the next 10 years of initiatives.
San Antonio Water System officials discussed a potential path for taking over the City’s program to protect sensitive land around the Edwards Aquifer.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg plans to propose using future borrowing to help preserve land over the Edwards Aquifer.
The Council will add irons to the fire over the coming year, but here’s a look at some pending issues and initiatives carried over from 2019.