The research project will help the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determine whether the bivalves should be put on the federal endangered species list.
Bulverde Oaks Nature Preserve, a “little island” amid a sea of concrete, is a special ecosystem that merits protection for all its natural inhabitants.
Competing against millions of acres of cotton, winegrowers fear federal approval of new herbicides to be used on genetically modified cotton seeds will wipe out the wine industry in the Texas High Plains.
New Zealand took a radically different approach in 2014 with the Te Urewera Act which granted an 821-square-mile forest the legal status of a person.
With the Trump administration looming, some of the world’s most progressive cities on climate change have offered public support to their U. S. counterparts.
Texas has the highest sulfur dioxide emissions from power plants in the country.
It’s been just one year since Mayor Ivy Taylor set the bar for the National Wildlife Federation’s Mayor’s Monarch Pledge (MMP).
While Houston’s natural vulnerabilities and climate change have contributed to worsening flooding, the larger driver is development and the loss of wetlands.
City leaders said they are all for moving forward with a plan designed to preserve sensitive habitat and natural resources.
Advanced Solar will match the local solar rebate for qualifying customers who live in Districts 1-5 or have a home worth less than $100,000 anywhere in the city.