Cities can work to ensure they roll out EV charging infrastructure equitably by listening and collaborating
Kalena Thomhave - 03-29-2023
The US Energy Department said Wednesday it has a new strategy to meet the goal of vastly expanding offshore wind energy
Jennifer McDermott - 03-29-2023
Deployment of new wind and solar power plants needs to be drastically ramped up by the end of the decade
MySanAntonio - 03-29-2023
Momentum is building for land- and water-based infrastructure strategies.
Kalena Thomhave - 03-29-2023
The Biden administration opened up applications for $700 million in grants for local governments to install EV chargers
Daniel C. Vock - 03-24-2023
The Inflation Reduction Act and others are offering all-too-rare opportunities for state and local governments.
Chip Kline and Simone Maloz - 03-24-2023
Climate change is altering spring growing conditions, and plant life is changing along with it.
PBS - 03-24-2023
A new report lists 10 policies to constrain polluting infrastructure and achieve key climate goals.
Joseph Winters - 03-24-2023
Give an Hour for Earth by spending 60 minutes doing something - anything - positive for our planet.
Earth Hour - 03-16-2023
The North Texas suburb of Lewisville is encouraging residents to let their lush, manicured yards grow wild.
Will McCarthy - 03-15-2023
The San Antonio Water System will install backup power for emergency resilience.
Enchanted Rock, LLC - 03-15-2023
Interior today announced a more than $120 million investment from the Inflation Reduction Act
US Department of the Interior - 03-15-2023
Alamo Cement Company has commissioned its new 17,800MWh solar power plant at its San Antonio cement plant in Texas.
GLOBAL CEMENT STAFF - 03-15-2023
“The climate is changing, and we are not adapted to be able to deal with it from a health perspective" an expert warned....
Isabella O'Malley - 02-28-2023
Hundreds of sites important to Black history are at risk of disappearing due to climate change.
Russell Contreras & Keldy Ortiz - 02-28-2023
How local leaders can partner with financial institutions to support frontline communities.
Erin Ceynar & Samantha Ender - 02-28-2023
The hotter weather pattern might push the Earth into unprecedented territory next year.
Kate Yoder - 02-28-2023
Texas produces over double the wind-powered electricity than the second-highest state, Iowa.
Jess Thomson - 02-28-2023
Long before anyone called this place northwest Montana or considered it a tourist destination, it sustained the tribes.
Carly Graf - 02-21-2023
This story is part of the Cities + Solutions series, which chronicles inspiring climate initiatives in U.S. communities....
GABRIELA AOUN ANGUEIRA - 02-21-2023
The first comprehensive standards for public EV charging stations will help ensure reliability and accessibility.
Gabriela Aoun Angueira - 02-21-2023
One in five Americans now lives in an area that's trying to move buildings off fossil fuels
Emily Pontecorvo - 02-21-2023
Rather than mechanically demolish the home and take everything to the dump, he will deconstruct it piece by piece...
San Antonio Report - 02-25-2022
The San Antonio City Council approved new building codes that requires builders to install 240 volt outlets in new homes...
Environment Texas - 11-11-2022
This story is part of the Cities + Solutions series, which first appeared in Grist’s climate solutions newsletter
Emma Loewe - 02-14-2023
Look up this weekend to help count birds and document climate change during Audubon's Great Backyard Bird Count.
Dinah Voyles Pulver - 02-14-2023
Exxon has pulled the plug on its green fuels from algae research after 15 years. Was it ever real or just a PR stunt?
Steve Hanley - 02-14-2023
The technology and policies are falling into place. But we’ll need a revolution in U.S. home retrofit business models......
Jeff St. John, Canary Media - 02-14-2023
Stretches of pavement across the city may not get as scorching hot in the extreme Texas summer...
San Antonio Report - 12-21-2022
The White House responds with renewed calls to boost production.
Lylla Younes - 02-10-2023
Where do we go from here?
John McCracken - 02-10-2023
This article is from The Spark, MIT Technology Review’s weekly climate newsletter.
Casey Crownhart - 02-10-2023
Keeping cool doesn't have to mean going broke.
Vivi Smilgius - 02-10-2023
Electric utilities are likely responsible for the nation’s higher than expected emissions of sulfur hexafluoride.
Phil McKenna - 02-01-2023
City of San Antonio collaborates with local community groups to gather climate prioritiesThe City of San Antonio's O...
Office of Sustainability - 01-31-2023
This month’s blog focuses on the Texas Property Assessed Clean Energy (TX-PACE) program and the historic Travis Bu...
Office of Sustainability - 03-30-2022
This month the Office of Sustainability (OS) is pleased to welcome Dr. Kelly Lyons and Stephen Lucke. The topic we are d...
Office of Sustainability - 12-01-2021
This month, the Office of Sustainability (OS) is speaking with Aaron Arguello, member of the SA Climate Ready Climate Eq...
SA Office of Sustainability - 10-27-2021
This month, the Office of Sustainability (OS) is pleased to welcome two guests as we discuss electric vehicles and mass ...
SA Office of Sustainability - 09-30-2021
The Office of Sustainability (OS) is excited to continue our new blog series, featuring interviews with community leader...
SA Office of Sustainability - 08-31-2021
Over the coming months, the Office of Sustainability (OS) will be interviewing community leaders on important issues sur...
SA Office of Sustainability - 08-03-2021
Every year, communities around the globe count down together to celebrate Earth Hour and take one iconic action: switch ...