The Trump administration on Tuesday unveiled a plan that will drastically curtail an Obama-era regulation that would have required states to slash planet-warming carbon emissions by shifting from coal power to natural gas and renewables.
Biologists and naturalists fear a steady flow of treated sewage will spell disaster for one of the last untouched Hill Country spring-fed streams.
After the EPA labelled the city’s air too polluted to meet smog standards, San Antonio leaders have put their top public health official in charge of the cleanup.
The Nature Conservancy of Texas decided to close the Eckert James River Bat Cave to the public two months early.
Rather than individual solar panel owners, the Colorado company that built San Antonio’s first community solar farm will be hit with property tax forms.
This 7.2-mile section of trail between Southside Lions Park and Fort Sam Houston will soon connect to the larger greenway system.
Monarch butterflies will be beginning their migration soon, but in the meantime, another orange-and-black butterfly has arrived in droves.
Residents of Hays County worry that outsourcing wastewater treatment services to a corporation could put the Blue Hole swimming area at risk.
Larger implications about the pesticide’s effect on the 1.6 million Mexican free-tailed bats that visit there each summer remain unclear.
San Antonio could sweat through up to four solid months per year of 100-degree-plus days by the end of this century if humanity does not act to slow the rate of global warming.