January 31, 2019

Environmental Leader Has A Threatening Message For Pipeline Workers

Environmental Leader Has A Threatening Message For Pipeline Workers

Prior to a hearing in Wimberley concerning a Kinder Morgan pipeline earlier this week, Texas environmental leader Louis Moncivias Gutierrez took to Facebook to tell followers how he planned to “[scout] out” Kinder Morgan employees
January 29, 2019

City’s Climate Action Plan Spikes Citizens’ Electric Costs

City’s Climate Action Plan Spikes Citizens’ Electric Costs

A climate action plan implemented by the City of Georgetown is leading residents to see their electric bills spike.
January 28, 2019

Bloomberg’s Climate Award Not Providing Money To Cities As Touted

Bloomberg’s Climate Award Not Providing Money To Cities As Touted

Earlier this month, former liberal New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg awarded San Antonio and Austin as winners of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ American Cities Climate Challenge.
January 25, 2019

Oil Company Donates Even More To Preserve State Park

Oil Company Donates Even More To Preserve State Park

Yesterday at a Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission meeting in Austin, oil company Apache Corp. announced it would donate $1 million to create an endowment to help preserve Balmorhea State Park in West Texas.
January 25, 2019

Bloomberg-Backed San Antonio Climate Action Plan Still Not Enough For Sierra Club

Bloomberg-Backed San Antonio Climate Action Plan Still Not Enough For Sierra Club

Yesterday, the City of San Antonio announced an extreme climate plan that set lofty goals that are considered to be “difficult” to implement.
January 18, 2019

Enviro Group Sponsoring Event Facing Allegations Of Anti-Semitism

Enviro Group Sponsoring Event Facing Allegations Of Anti-Semitism

The environmentalist group 350.org is sponsoring the 2019 Women’s March this weekend, despite Women’s March leadership facing accusations of anti-Semitism.