Beyond chemical threats, humans are destroying important habitats that Monarchs rely on during their long migration. As cities expand and many forests are reduced, locations for milkweed and other important plants decline as well. But climate change is the biggest threat.
A forthcoming panel discussion will explore how autonomous vehicles will influence the physical and business environment in San Antonio.
The second annual Sustainability Summit, which will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m. at The Grotto in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, comes at a crucial time for San Antonio’s environmental policy.
Thousands of San Antonians flocked to Dignowity and Lockwood parks on the Eastside to celebrate San Antonio’s 11th Annual Beer Festival, which included over 150 breweries, largely with their own tents, and over 400 individual beers.
Two sustainable food nonprofits will combine forces on Nov. 19 to create a pop-up dinner called titled ThanksGIVING Feast, with expert chefs leading the way as to benefit local urban gardens.
“Coming back down is like going down Niagara Falls in a barrel…if it were on fire,” Captain Scott Kelly of NASA said of the last leg of his historic mission to the International Space Station.
San Antonio’s economic growth has contributed to a bright future – and bright skies.
Holdman Honey is a small business with millions of employees.
The Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), in partnership with the University of Michigan and NASA, will launch an array of satellites in November that will provide the most detailed observations of the inner core of hurricanes ever collected.
Gardopia, a nonprofit that builds community gardens to educate the population on health and wellness through gardening, celebrated its one-year anniversary on Saturday.