Earth Day arrives this year with serious questions about the United States’ commitment to preserve a clean environment.
The three bills filed would prohibit the practice of releasing treated sewage effluent into waterways that recharge the Edwards Aquifer.
Volunteers throughout the weekend roamed the park grounds handing out trash and recycling bags to campers, an effort that kept the space surprisingly clean.
The Texas House and Senate both have bills in committee that would prevent the legal use of a warfarin-based poison in traps designed for wild hogs.
San Antonio is taking first steps toward developing its own climate action plan as part of a broader, more holistic approach to preserving “the good life.”
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.