The state needs to invest more than $60 billion in water infrastructure over the next 50 years—instead, the Legislature spent federal money on cops, jailers and cybersecurity.
‘You See People With Mushrooms Growing Out of Their Carpets’: Tenants With Mold in Their Homes Have Little Recourse
Incidences of mold in Texas homes exploded after the mid-February storm, which burst pipes and allowed moisture to seep into buildings’ foundations at a rapid rate.
Char Miller’s 'West Side Rising’ delves into the man-made side of the 1921 flood.
“The West Texas Power Plant that Saved the World” makes a thoughtful but tedious case that we can harness capitalism to stem climate change.
The Earthworks report is also the first analysis to identify what could constitute widespread illegal flaring in Texas oil fields.
The 2021 findings displayed a damning picture of results scientists warned of 30 years ago.
Sunrise activists said they would hold President Biden’s feet to the fire on climate policy. With their latest round of activism around the Civilian Climate Corps, they’re making good on that promise.
Decades of exposure to cancer-causing chemicals are sickening Black residents at alarming rates. But courts and the company responsible for the contamination say the burden of proof is on the community.
A new book explores past natural disasters and how Texas remains unprepared for future storms, big and small.
In Deer Park and other chemical corridor communities, the slow seepage of toxics can affect families like mine for generations.