Earth Day arrives this year with serious questions about the United States’ commitment to preserve a clean environment.
The three bills filed would prohibit the practice of releasing treated sewage effluent into waterways that recharge the Edwards Aquifer.
Volunteers throughout the weekend roamed the park grounds handing out trash and recycling bags to campers, an effort that kept the space surprisingly clean.
San Antonio is taking first steps toward developing its own climate action plan as part of a broader, more holistic approach to preserving “the good life.”
If Texas were a country, it would be the third-largest natural gas producer and the sixth-largest wind power generator in the world.
Galium aparine is the most common and widespread species of cleavers, known in San Antonio as “velcro plant,” among many other other nicknames.
Author and ecologist Anurag Agrawal will discuss his new book on the complicated relationship between Monarch butterflies and milkweed.
The Headwaters at Incarnate Word Environmental Film Series is free and open to the public. It has taken place every first Monday (or a day close to it) since December 2014.
Ninety percent of the world’s climate scientists agree that manmade climate change is accelerating. Here are just three reasons why climate research is urgently needed.
The first official week of spring heralds the start of watering season, when people with turf grass often begin to apply potable water to their lawns.