UTSA’s Sustainability Council is a member of the EcoExchangeEdu (EEE), a collective of South Texas universities working to improve the environment. This group of faculty, staff, and students from South Texas area colleges and universities have been meeting at the William R. Sinkin Eco Centro (Alamo Colleges/San Antonio College) since 2014 to share ideas about sustainability on campuses and in communities.

 

AAMPO, Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization’s mission is to provide a comprehensive, coordinated and continuous (“3C”) transportation planning process for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods, consistent with the region’s overall economic, social and environmental goals. The MPO places special emphasis on providing equal access to a variety of transportation choices and effective public involvement in the transportation planning process.

AACOG, Alamo Area Council of Governments. The mission of the Alamo Area Council of Governments is to enhance the quality of life of all residents of the Alamo Region in partnership with elected and appointed officials, funders, community partners and beneficiaries.

City of San Antonio Parks The San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department operates the City’s recreational and cultural programs and maintains more than 240 City-owned parks including swimming pools, gymnasiums, historic cemeteries, sports facilities, recreation centers and the Botanical Garden and Conservatory. The department is responsible for the maintenance of 15,337.5950 acres of park land, including more than 150 miles of walking, hiking, and biking trails.

City of San Antonio Office of Sustainability Enhancing the environment, quality of life, and economic vitality through innovative programs and policies for all residents, as well as future generations.

City of San Antonio Waste Management Solid Waste Management provides reliable collection and sustainable services to our community, safely and professionally, while protecting San Antonio’s environment, resources and the health of its citizens through dedicated and caring teamwork.

TCEQ, The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is the environmental agency for the state. We have approximately 2,800 employees, located in our central office in Austin and 16 regional offices around Texas.

TXDOT, The Texas Department of Transportation: Through collaboration and leadership, we deliver a safe, reliable, and integrated transportation system that enables the movement of people and goods.