Most everyone agreed that it will take a huge outreach effort for San Antonio to successfully cut global warming emissions and adapt to a hotter world.
University of Texas at San Antonio researchers will spend more than a year formulating a climate mitigation and adaptation plan for the City of San Antonio.
This is the first local analysis that directly addresses how ground-level ozone pollution impacts San Antonio’s public health and economy.
The second annual Sustainability Summit, which will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m. at The Grotto in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, comes at a crucial time for San Antonio’s environmental policy.
San Antonio B-Cycle is expanding its reach in the urban core with three additional bikeshare stations and 50 new and improved B-Cycle bikes.
J.D. Simpson, one of the city’s original San Antonio B-Cycle employees who left in 2013 to help launch Austin B-Cycle, has been named executive director of the nonprofit San Antonio Bike Share.
SA Tomorrow will host its first Sustainability Forum on Tuesday, June 23 from 5-8 p.m. at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. The forum welcomes community input to get San Antonians to start thinking about the Sustainability Plan, the future of the city, and the smart growth tactics needed to maintain and enhance the city’s economic and environmental goals.
With its staff of eight employees and $3.2-million budget, the Office of Sustainability is one of the smallest departments in city government.
San Antonio’s parks are about to get a lot more green, but not because of grass.
Did you know we have a carshare program in San Antonio?