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Jessica Guerrero of Vecinos de Mission Trails speaks about her experience at the intersection of housing rights and climate justice.
Climate Action SA members respond to CPS Energy’s proposal to keep burning coal until (at least) 2042.
CPS Energy CEO Paula Gold-Williams rolls out the “flex gen” plan that shows the utility still burning coal and natural gas until (at least) 2042.
Sierra Club’s Drew O’Bryan presents on the slow growth of renewables at CPS Energy and problems related to transparency and governance.
Climate Action SA member and and Sierra Club organizer Greg Harman speaks at Trinity University on a panel at “Religion and Climate Change” conference. | Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. | Saturday, April 14.
Rev. Gerald Durley, Senior Pastor, Providence Missionary Baptist Church, Atlanta, Ga. | “Caring for the Environment is a Moral and Civil Rights Issue” at “Religion and Climate Change” conference. | Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. | Saturday, April 14.
Former VIA director Bill Barker speaking on how transportation transformation can cut our climate pollution; followed at 29:10 by Frankie Orona of Society of Native Nations on indigenous wisdom and climate justice.
Virginia Palacios of South-central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource and Public Citizen’s Kaiba White speak on energy efficiency and solar power.
CPS Energy public hearing on June 13, 2018. San Antonio community organizations criticized the City-owned utility for moving too slowly on renewables and planning to be burning coal until (at least) 2042. Community groups concerned about accelerating extreme weather’s impact on San Antonio due to climate change urged the utility to close all of its coal plants by 2025 and go net-zero greenhouse by 2030.