The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has officially let down Hurricane Harvey survivors. As of Tuesday, about 1,400 Texans had to check out of the hotel rooms where they were staying in the aftermath of the storm that has left them homeless since last year, reports The Houston Chronicle.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is still dealing with last year’s hurricane season—and the 2018 season is less than two months away.
When Hurricane Harvey hit Houston last August, the area’s most polluted sites immediately became vulnerable. Now, the Environmental Protection Agency is finally starting to clean up the first of 13 Superfund sites damaged and flooded by the storm.
When Hurricane Harvey dropped up to 60 inches of water over southeastern Texas, who would have guessed the state would be experiencing a drought less than half a year later?
The war on coal is alive and well in Texas. Yes, Texas.
Deep in West Texas, in the heart of the Franklin Mountains just north of El Paso, conservationists have been fighting to protect a 7,000-acre swath of land for decades. Now, thanks to Congressman Beto O’Rourke (D-TX), the Castner Range is one giant step closer to being off limits to development—and the final hurdle,…
Hurricane Harvey appears to be just the beginning of what’s to come for Houston, and Texas as a whole. That’s according to a study published online Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.