Yesterday, the SAWS Board of Directors agreed to give its CEO, Robert Puente, a $72,000 “performance award” on top of his annual $325,187 salary. The bonus was given in part for his leadership […]
I haven’t had time to follow up with Elena Craft (right), health scientist with the Environmental Defense Fund’s Austin office, who served to keep a recent air-quality panel at San Antonio’s Rackspace on […]
Decades after channelizing vast lengths of San Antonio’s rivers and creeks as means of controlling floodwaters, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers engaged with the City of San Antonio and […]
Maybe you can’t leap out there and save the disappearing Javan Rhino, but if you’re in Texas there’s a limping migration you can help set aright — right now!
Folks at the San Antonio Water System are trotting out revisions to the utility’s 50-year plan and I’m pulling out of jungstown for plain simple waterfront camping for a few.
A young endangered sperm whale had been either bled to death or sent off with a handful of tranquilizers on Mustang Island after stranding there Tuesday. Reports between print and TV media also differed on the reasoning for not returning the 8-ton mammal to the Gulf. One said it was too big. The other said too sick.
Purdue researchers have shrunken that “big blunt tool” of generalized carbon anxiety in this age of pending carbon regulation and forged a fine, sharp “scalpel” to ID CO2 emissions. Bush […]