Posted on · A new report from energy research firm Wood Mackenzie says we're running a little behind.
Posted on · On Monday's show: The Houston Police Department has released its report on the Astroworld concert tragedy in 2021 that left ten people dead. News 88.7's Lucio Vasquez walks us through what's in the 1,266-page report.
Posted on · We learn more details about the state takeover of HISD outlined at the board's final meeting before a state-appointed superintendent and managers take over.
Posted on · Houston Matters examines how energy and the environment in Houston have changed in the last decade.
Posted on · As Houston Matters prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary, we continue our series of conversations about how things in the city have and have not changed in the past decade. Today, we talk with experts about how the energy industry and concerns about the environment have changed in that time.
Posted on · How the surprise announcement from Saudi Arabia and other oil-producers in the Middle East could affect us here in Houston.
Posted on · On Monday's show: The annual CERAWeek conference begins today in Houston. So we get an update on the state of the energy industry. And listeners share their pet peeves about life in Houston.
Posted on · Episode: 2466 In which renewable energy enters by the back door. Today, a silent arrival.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: A discussion of what's driving fuel and energy prices back up, a candidate interview with Jack Cagle, and a conversation with TV host and food writer Nigella Lawson.
Posted on · Episode: 2351 A kind of perpetual motion machine that conserves energy. Today, another kind of perpetual motion.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Examining the effectiveness of some recent efforts to improve public safety in Harris County, the cancellation of debt for former students at ITT Tech, previewing Houston Theater Week, and the head of the Houston Airport System answers your questions.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Politicians are pointing fingers at different entities about concerns regarding energy supply. But how true are those claims? Then we discuss the concept of sportswashing. And we reflect on how air conditioning shaped our city's growth and development.
Posted on · Benzene is a known human carcinogen, according to the EPA. The Texas refineries were among a dozen industrial plants in the U.S. that emitted the highest levels of the chemical in 2021.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: What energy consumers should know after recent price spikes, a hiccup in Texas-Mexico relations, a fiction novel set in the Sikh Empire, and Latino Jews in Houston.
Posted on · The spread of misinformation about solar and wind energy is leading some states and counties to restrict or even reject projects. Researchers say it's a threat to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.