Learn how you can make an impact here at home to make San Antonio more resilient and to improve our collective quality of life.
San Antonio has reduced community-wide greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 7% since 2013.
In San Antonio, communities of color make up 75% of the population, but experience worse outcomes in health, education, employment, and housing.
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) lowers energy costs for consumers and small businesses while creating good-paying jobs as America’s clean energy economy and manufacturing sectors grow.
Did you know San Antonio's public transportation system, VIA, has 95 routes and 6,621 stops?
San Antonio could see over 100 days of +100F temperatures per year by the end of the century.
Serving 58,000 people a week, the San Antonio Food Bank plays a key role in addressing hunger in our city.
Together we can reach our goal of a 60% recycling rate by 2025, part of SA’s efforts to reduce waste.
While there is still work to do, San Antonio has seen a 1% decrease in our ozone level, while population has increased 14%.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are foundational for the SA Climate Ready sustainable development-focused goals and strategies.