Tips from the Texas Standard:
Written by Vivian Lopez on Nov 8 2022 - 1:57pm
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 20 2022 - 1:45pm
Big-city mayors (including mayor of San Antonio) on the impact of climate change and their ambitious plans to combat it. Moderated by Anna Palmer, CEO and Co-Founder of Punchbowl News. Get your tickets here.
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 12 2022 - 1:19pm
By Matthew Watkins and Justin Dehn, The Texas Tribune Sept. 9, 2022
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 12 2022 - 1:11pm
By María Méndez, The Texas Tribune Sept. 8, 2022 "How to care for your mental health in the age of climate change and worsening natural disasters" was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues.
San Antonio Councilwoman Ana Sandoval Asks EPA And Biden For Tougher Air Standards. Spoiler Alert: She's a Climate Scientist
Written by Greg Harman on Apr 26 2022 - 11:08am
Organized by @actonclimateUS, the event was a call to @POTUS and @EPA to adopt more stringent standards for air toxics like #mercury and fulfill commitments to
Written by Texas Tribune on Jan 10 2022 - 12:16pm
By Allyson Waller, The Texas Tribune
Generators can cause deadly carbon monoxide poisoning. But the industry resists rules to make them safer.
Written by Texas Tribune on Dec 17 2021 - 12:07pm
By Lexi Churchill, Perla Trevizo and Ren Larson, The Texas Tribune and ProPublica, and Mike Hixenbaugh and Suzy Khimm, NBC News Three days after Hurricane Ida slammed ashore on Aug. 29, leveling homes and knocking out power along the Louisiana coast, Craig Curley Sr. maneuvered through a packed crowd at Home Depot to reach the aisle with portable generators.
Written by Texas Tribune on Dec 15 2021 - 11:15am
By Erin Douglas, The Texas Tribune It was the coldest February Texas had seen in more than four decades, and the sustained blast of arctic air knocked out much of the state’s power grid for several days, causing hundreds of deaths and billions of dollars in damage.
Climate change is making Texas hotter, threatening public health, water supply and the state’s infrastructure
Written by Texas Tribune on Oct 8 2021 - 1:53pm
By Erin Douglas, The Texas Tribune Climate change has made the Texas heat worse, with less relief as nighttime temperatures warm, a report from the state’s climatologist published Thursday found.
Written by Vivian Lopez on May 22 2021 - 2:37pm
Scroll down to see the questions from the Runoff Candidate Forum, then click on the link to jump to that spot in the video with the candidate's answer. The League of Women Voters of the San Antonio Area hosted a District 9 Runoff Candidate Forum with John Courage and Patrick Von Dohlen on May 18, 2021.