San Antonio’s effort to do its part to slow global warming and adapt to a hotter world will begin with face-to-face conversation.
University of Texas at San Antonio researchers will spend more than a year formulating a climate mitigation and adaptation plan for the City of San Antonio.
It might not seem like it at first glance, but one of the most desirable job openings in San Antonio’s urban core is executive director of the city’s fast-growing San Antonio B-Cycle bikeshare program.
San Antonio City Council will hear an update on the comprehensive planning process initiated by Mayor Ivy Taylor in August during tomorrow’s B Session meeting.
With its staff of eight employees and $3.2-million budget, the Office of Sustainability is one of the smallest departments in city government.
San Antonio’s parks are about to get a lot more green, but not because of grass.
Did you know we have a carshare program in San Antonio?
Students from UTSA’s graduate level Urban and Regional Sustainability class auditioned their best ideas before a crowd of seasoned environmental advocates from the Alamo Sierra Club at the Witte Museum Tuesday evening,
The class is required across several disciplines to promote sustainability as a mindset rather than a niche interest.
People are often encouraged to “think outside the box” when they want to stimulate creative thinking.
Lowell Tacker, a partner in OCO Architects, is serving as president of the San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects, which is vacating its offices at the Pearl’s Full Goods Building at year’s end and relocating to SoFlo.