The San Antonio City Council on Thursday passed a pledge for the city to do its part to stop the effects of global warming.
Commentary: The entire industry is in a state of transition that includes more renewable and non-emitting sources of energy, but is currently unclear when renewable energy can be relied upon for all our electricity needs.
Commentary: Why would our publicly owned energy utility observe, direct, and influence an incredibly important climate plan only to torpedo its efforts behind closed doors?
City Council will vote on whether to adopt the policy framework concerning climate change on Oct. 17.
The public debate over what to do about climate change is more active in San Antonio than ever.
The VIA Metropolitan Transit board unanimously approved a $249 million operating budget and voted to support San Antonio’s climate plan on Tuesday.
Young people in San Antonio joined fellow youth climate strikers around the world on Friday and Saturday with rallies and events that also drew the cooperation of many in the local cycling community.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg discussed funding for Pre-K for SA, community college tuition, and other second-term goals Wednesday at an event at the Pearl Stable.
Praising local efforts to tackle climate change, the San Antonio Water System’s board of trustees approved a resolution in support of the City’s climate plan.
San Antonio’s controversial Climate Action and Adaptation Plan has gotten its first formal endorsement from a business group.