Your State Representatives & Senators in Austin will listen when their voters talk! Take action now to let your Texas lawmakers know that as a constituent, you want them to prioritize protecting clean water, investing in our water infrastructure, acting on climate, and making polluters pay.
As the Texas Hill Country adds population, more and more subdivisions want to send their sewage to treatment plants which discharge the treated effluent directly into creeks and rivers. Discharge of treated effluent into waterways is banned inside the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone, where water
In this Issue: Texas Two-Step: Defending Democracy & Electing Environmental Leaders This Fall | Mark Your Calendars with Important Election Dates | Our Endorsed Candidates | The Devil’s in the Details: Water Forward and Green Infrastructure for Austin | Climate Change: Making the Case for “One Water” | Aren’t ALL waters in the U.S. “Waters of the United States”? Sackett & WOTUS in Texas | Solar Edit: Sunset on the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
In This Issue: TCEQ Sunset Review Brings Opportunity for Cleaner Air & Water | PEC's Anti-Solar Policies on Hold -- for Now | Ambitious Water Reuse Strategies in Austin | Texas' Broken System for Controlling Water Pollution | Sewage Discharge Highlights TCEQ's Shortcomings | Texas Redistricting Spells Trouble for Democracy
In This Issue: Texas GOP Pursues Voter Suppression | Take Action on the For the People Act | The Legislature Whiffs on Sewage | Tepid Reforms to the Electric Grid | Austin Can Protect Water with Water Forward | Stopping Stealth Solar Fees at PEC