An environmental film festival spotlights a Central Texas land trust’s effort to bring back endangered species.
The humble bivalves may not look like much, but they act as crucial natural filters across the state's waterways—and they're severely threatened by climate change.
Where the Texas Gulf Coast meets Mexico, a trio of fossil fuel companies is planning an industrial complex the likes of which Texas’ Rio Grande Valley has never seen.
Border security officials visited wildlife preserves in Starr County, then blew off the recommendations of the scientists they brought along.
The controversial Supreme Court nominee has a track record of siding with industry interests over environmental protections.
Clinton Crockett Peters’ fondness for unpopular species may well temper some of our deepest prejudices.
The designation could have significant consequences for people, farmers and companies along the Rio Grande and holds clues for how listing other rare mussels would change water use in Texas.
“Everyone should care when the federal government thinks it can do whatever it wants on your private property.”
In a letter sent Wednesday, the center alleges that the Department of Homeland Security has violated private property rights and the Endangered Species Act.