You are invited to join the launch of CAVU’s multi-media project, UNEARTHED: The Real Story of Oil and Gas in New Mexico. WHAT: Short film screening and panel discussion moderated by NPR’s Tara Gatewood. WHEN: Thursday, November 16th, 2017, 6:30 PM
Join the League of Women Voters of New Mexico‘s annual workshop on Saturday, December 9 at the State Capitol. Learn tips from legislators and a professional about how to approach legislators, craft an effective message and plan your time wisely. League members
Most of us live in an urban-wildland interface so it’s no longer possible for bears to have their own habitat and humans to have ours. We have to take the right steps to reduce human/bear interactions.
By Mike Hopkins, Global Warming Express board The July fundraiser with The Global Warming Express results in 250% expansion of GWE Program! As you may know, The Global Warming Express (GWE) and the Rio Grande Chapter hosted a joint fundraising event
The NM Game Commission is considering a weakened lobo recovery plan and will announce their decision in November.
A delegation of Rio Grande Chapter volunteers visited New Mexico’s congressional delegation in Washington D.C. in late September to share stories about living near the border and growing up in the Four Corners oil, gas and coal extraction economy.
Our interns have been raising awareness at UNM and NMSU about the importance of the EPA and its impacts on our state and campuses.
The New Mexico Environment Department is proposing changes to the water-quality regulations that contain the dairy rule. While we agree with some of the proposed changes, there are some changes to the protocols the agency uses to administer the rule that are troubling.
In the renewable-energy plan PNM is required to produce every year, New Mexico’s largest electric utility has proposed to build 50 megawatts of solar, upgrade and add energy output to the New Mexico Wind Energy Center contract and upgrade and add energy to the geothermal facility near Deming to meet its 2020 legal requirement for 20% renewable energy.
In August, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Farmington Field Office notified Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye that it intends to auction off 25 more parcels in Greater Chaco for fracking. These parcels are unnervingly close to the 10-mile buffer that protects Chaco Culture National Historical Park.