The minimalistic movement reminds us that our excessive desire for more is not equally matched with our income, nor does it consider the planet’s health.
The three bills filed would prohibit the practice of releasing treated sewage effluent into waterways that recharge the Edwards Aquifer.
If Texas were a country, it would be the third-largest natural gas producer and the sixth-largest wind power generator in the world.
The CPS Energy board of trustees voted Monday to put up for sale its riverfront property at 200 Gugert Ave., located just south of the former Lone Star Brewery in the up-and-coming Mission Reach area south of downtown.
The first official week of spring heralds the start of watering season, when people with turf grass often begin to apply potable water to their lawns.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt withdrew a previous request to 15,000 oil and gas companies for information on methane releases from their onshore operations.
The Vista Ridge Pipeline Project is a short-term boon for land developers who want to fill the fragile Hill Country with subdivisions.
More than 3,000 Bexar County high school students have taken part in San Antonio Water System’s Confluence since its launch in 2012.
San Antonio’s newest water source, a desalination plant, opened its doors to the public Friday.
From heated pipeline protests to stubbornly low oil prices, these are the top energy and environmental stories the Tribune covered in 2016.