The effort to “make the EPA great again” delegitimizes climate scientists around the globe and adversely impacts the design and construction industry.
Countless volunteers came together to remove trash accumulated in the city’s rivers and creeks during the 23rd annual Basura Bash Saturday.
After Donald Trump’s first month in Washington, he has made straight for some of his most controversial campaign promises – moving ahead with plans for his border wall, attempting to ban refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries, and escalating his war with the media.
While it’s not the end of natural resource conservation, Douglas Brinkley predicts Trump will de-prioritize or rollback climate change mitigation.
H-E-B gave the San Antonio River Foundation $1 million in grant money for the construction of Confluence Park.
In the coming months, the greater public will have an opportunity to give feedback on plans for EPIcenter, an energy education and innovation hub.
Three mussel species within the San Antonio River Authority’s purview are candidates for gaining federal endangered status.
When President Donald Trump’s administration silenced federal scientists and instructed the Environmental Protection Agency to freeze its grants Tuesday, a San Antonio scientist decided to take a cue from last weekend’s Women’s March and take a stand.
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.