Lone Star News Roundup
It was a big week in Texas for stopping coal plants.
I called it dreamy and Lanny Sinkin of Solar San Antonio said that hearing CPS CEO Doyle Beneby announce the closing of Deely coal plant
and reading the list of 4 new clean energy employers moving to San Antonio was ‘chicken skin!’ He explained — its a Hawaiian expression meaning goosebumps good! Congratulations to Alamo Sierra Club
, SEED Coalition
, Public Citizen
, Energia Mia
, and the Jefferson Heights Association for moving us forward!
A little lizard
stepped up to survive by slowing down drilling in the Permian Basin.
Scott Nicol from the Lower Rio Grande Valley group and the Borderlands Team unveiled the border wall is still there causing problems
for people and the environment while some in Congress are confused and would make it worse. The National Borderlands Team could use your help! Calendar their Aug 18-20 meeting and email Scott Nicol firstname.lastname@example.org
for more info.
Have fun and let’s keep making Texas a great place to live! Donna
PS See your stories below. And send me any I missed. Thank you!
Great AP story by Ramit Plushnick-Masti about San Antonio closing one of its two dirty coal plants features a quote by Eva Hernandez. It ran on almost 100 online sources. Way to go Alamo Group of the Sierra Club!
The crowd included members of San Antonio’s business, environmental and academic … Loretta Von Coppenolle of the Alamo chapter of the Sierra Club said she …
San Antonio to Shutter Coal Plant – KUT News
San Antonio, the 7th largest city in the nation, is celebrating the first step forward … In advance of today’s expected announcement, the Sierra Club, …
A report released on Monday by the Sierra Club found that a water contract of the size of White Stallion “would affect water storage in Lakes Buchanan and …
LCRA delays water for coal plant decision until August – Austin American
Fort Worth Star Telegram – Anna M. Tinsley – 5 days ago
“I think the current federal proposal is based on a number of years of examining the status of the lizard,” said Ken Kramer, director of the Lone Star …
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