Forums set on keeping the Alamo City sustainable
Please attend to review and comment on these plans.
The public can weigh in on San Antonio’s proposed sustainability plan at several open houses that start today and will be held through the end of April. The sustainability plan is one of three that make up SA Tomorrow, the city’s effort to prepare for an additional 1.1 million people expected to live in the region by 2040.
The other plans are focused on comprehensive planning and transportation. Sustainability focuses on social, economic and environmental factors, looking at issues such as air quality, access to affordable, healthy food and increasing tree canopy. Click here to find out when and where the forums will take place.
Guide to San Antonio Natural Areas & Greenway Trails
Everything you want to know about San Antonio’s natural wonders can be found in our new Guide to San Antonio Natural Areas & Creekway Trails. Created by dozens of local experts, this illustrated guide includes sections on birds, flowers, reptiles, geology, trees, early inhabitants and many more subjects.
It is sure to enhance your visit a local natural area, so check it out before you go.
A Dirty Deal: How the Trans-Pacific Partnership Threatens our Climate
Beyond making no effort to combat climate disruption, the Trans-Pacific Partnership would actually fuel the climate crisis. In this analysis, the Sierra Club reveals numerous threats posed by the TPP and how it will jeopardize decades of progress on environmental protection.
Welcome to the Alamo Group of the Sierra Club
We invite you to join our 2,000 members as we explore, enjoy and protect San Antonio and its surrounding areas. Come to one our monthly general meetings featuring prominent speakers on a vast array of subjects. Enjoy one of our monthly Lion’s Field events which will entertain and edify you with films and speakers on a variety of issues. Come walk, hike, camp or backpack on one of our frequent outings. Get involved in advocacy on local, state or national conservation issues. Help introduce local youngsters to the wonders of the outdoors with the Sierra Club Youth Outdoors program.
The Sierra Club is all about citizen action on critical issues. Quick citizen input often spells the difference between victory and defeat for important measures at the local and state levels.
Sign up now to receive our local email Action Alerts and let your voice be heard. Send us a message and we'll add your name to our growing list of environmental activists.
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