The San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects’ Committee on the Environment (COTE) is inviting local photographers to submit photographs for its forthcoming exhibition, “Images of Sustainability.”
The hand-scrawled or spray-painted “Pray for Rain” road signs appearing all over Texas act as billboards promoting what many feel is our only call to action. Certainly, drought is on the minds of many Texans, especially in the Edwards Aquifer region, as it begins 2014 with the aquifer at uncharacteristically low levels for this time of year.
Ensuring adequate future supplies of electricity and water are two of the most pressing issues facing Texas, as strong economic performance and growth propel our state into the future.
It’s full steam ahead for San Antonio 2030 District organizers after this evening’s successful district launch party.
Mom and I used to stand on our porch just two miles outside Grand Junction, Colo.
Utilities across the nation deal with the same utility challenges: procuring supply, managing demand, and mitigating the environmental impacts of both.
This story has been republished with permission from the UnConventional Oil & Gas Report, published by the Oil & Gas Journal.
Mixed-use high-density infill of the inner city is now a high priority for the City of San Antonio. The City Center Development Office and Centro Partnership have been working together to create a Downtown Strategic Framework Plan to implement the targets of SA2020 and create 7,500 new downtown housing units.
Fifth in a Series: A Rising Southside
This week we are publishing postings from people driving the economic and cultural redevelopment of the Southside.
For three years now, the San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects has hosted a luncheon with some of the country’s most forward-thinking leaders on the built environment.