Nurseries to remain open under the local stay-at-home order, and people are turning to gardening to find a sense of calm in cultivation.
With a unanimous vote by City Council, San Antonio checked the box on one of initial goals set forth in the climate plan adopted last October.
The Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance and the local Sierra Club want to see sales tax funding continue but are pitching two years instead of five.
Some see rate structure changes as a way to help CPS Energy transition away from coal and natural gas more quickly while keeping utility bills affordable.
With so many new and improved trails under construction along the City’s greenway trails, there’s never been a better time to be a mountain biker in San Antonio.
After a promotion last year, Shanae Dana is one of the key employees running Mitchell Lake Audubon Center, a 600-acre bird paradise on the South Side.
Workers first attempted in Fall 2018 to build dams to isolate a section of the river known as Lambert Beach, where parts of the channel are deteriorating.
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.
City officials have come up with a way to continue the popular program to protect the Edwards Aquifer while shifting the sales tax that currently funds aquifer protection to pay for improved public transit.
EPIcenter, a nonprofit started in 2015 as an energy innovation hub, decided in June that it no longer plans to renovate a former power plant on the Mission Reach.
Seven years after work on the Mission Reach project ended, Bexar County is set to receive its final reimbursement from the federal government
The move signals that while CPS Energy could eventually go with adding natural gas power, it will consider other alternatives first.
San Antonio’s largest public school district has money blowing out the door – sometimes literally, in the form of cold air.