Climate Change Resiliency, Quality of Life

Hot and Getting Hotter: Heat Islands Cooking U.S. Cities

Hot and Getting Hotter: Heat Islands Cooking U.S. Cities: Cities are almost always hotter than the surrounding rural area but global warming takes that heat and makes it worse. In the future, this combination of urbanization and climate change could raise urban temperatures to levels that threaten human health, strain energy resources, and compromise economic productivity. Summers in the U.S. have been warming since 1970. But on average across the country cities are even hotter, and have been getting hotter faster than adjacent rural areas.

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KSAT 12 Video: iSA on proposed HEB closure of South Main

Visit KSAT.com to watch the broadcast video of "San Antonio group hopes to delay HEB expansion vote," aired on December 2, 2013.

iSA President Bob Wise on Texas Public Radio: HEB alternatives

On December 2, 2013, TPR's David Martin Davies interviewed Bob Wise and Sue Ann Pemberton, president of the San Antonio Conservation Society, about HEB's proposed closure of South Main Avenue. Listen to the interview or visit TPR's The Source, "Clamping Down On Political Money | Main Street Closure Still Controversial," to listen and read more.

KENS-TV 5 Interview: iSA on proposed HEB closure of South Main

Visit KENS-TV 5 to watch the broadcast video of 'Think tank' comes forward with alternate proposals for HEB's expansion, aired on November 29, 2013.

iSA Press Release: iSA Proposes Win-Win Solution for H-E-B’s Expansion

imagineSanAntonio announces its support of the public-interest effort to keep South Main Avenue a public right-of-way. “We wish to prevent the private-only use and permanent loss of an important piece of the downtown San Antonio street grid,” says Bob Wise of imagineSanAntonio.

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