TCEQ Expands Air Monitoring Following Hurricanes With $1M in New Tools

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has new tools for detecting airborne pollution following hurricanes and other disasters. Two...

Anger Runs Through Hill Country As Kinder Morgan Pipeline Nears Completion

As the completion of a pipeline project nears, setting up Texas natural gas on a 430-mile southeast trajectory, the anger of landowners...

New Report: Texas Beaches Polluted With Human Poop from Sewer Runoff

A report released by Environment Texas finds that water pollution at Texas beaches is putting people’s health at risk. In 2019, bacteria...

Hurricane Hanna Leaves a Mark on South Texas

Across South Texas, boats were destroyed, power lines came down and streets were flooded as Hanna blew through with 85-mile-per-hour winds. 

Crafty, Hungry Rats Are Probably Sneaking Into Your House

As late summer turns to fall and your favorite restaurant is still only doing to-go orders, Texans might have noticed what seems...
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New Don’t Mess with Texas Campaign Focuses on Discarded PPE

The pandemic has come with litter. Face masks in gutters, gloves left in grass at the side of the road, and discarded...

TCEQ’s inaction will make Texas hotter

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is doing very little and working slowly at what little they do. Pollution output is on the...

Cooling Stations, Air Conditioners Available to Help Texans in Need Beat Heat

Reliant, the Salvation Army and cities in Texas are working to provide heat relief for Texans this summer. Together, they have opened...

Much of Texas is at Risk of Another Disaster — Wildfires

Many parts of Texas are experiencing serious drought conditions that leave them highly vulnerable to the type of devastating wildfires California is...

Abandoned Oil Wells May Cost Texas Taxpayers $117B

About 783,000 unplugged oil wells across Texas have been abandoned by their owners, according to a new report by Carbon Tracker, a...

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