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.
CPS Energy will shift an additional $15 million to its solar rebate program this year after the $30 million boost the program received in late 2015 was used up by customers far sooner than expected, according to utility officials.
While Houston’s natural vulnerabilities and climate change have contributed to worsening flooding, the larger driver is development and the loss of wetlands.
The beige, circa 1980s buildings on the River Walk will be upgraded and renovated for better aesthetics and energy efficiency.
City Council passed an ordinance this month that is intended to reduce the spread of oak wilt throughout the city, which is killing thousands of San Antonio trees a year.
In an effort to promote San Antonio’s solar footprint, Build San Antonio Green (BSAG) will host Solar Fest on Saturday, Nov. 5 at Roosevelt Park.
More than 600 people gathered for the second annual Sustainability Summit to learn how individuals and businesses can turn ambitious ideas into action.
The film notes that scientists have been studying climate change for decades. What is “new,” is that climate change is happening even faster than scientists originally anticipated
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.