Should Northwest Sandoval County families have weaker oil and gas safeguards than Rio Rancho residents? That’s what is proposed in a draft ordinance being considered by the county. Several drafts were never made public, but in mid-June a draft oil and gas… Read more >
By Norm Gaume / Former Albuquerque Water Resources Manager Published in the Albuquerque Journal, Monday, June 5th, 2017 The Bernalillo County Planning Commission will soon decide whether it will ignore and jeopardize the region’s water supply as it considers the… Read more >
A round of applause to our kid-lead climate change activists in Santa Fe, Global Warming Express.
Albuquerque, NM – Last week, with three Republicans siding with Democrats, the U.S. Senate narrowly halted a bid to overturn the Bureau of Land Management’s natural-gas waste rule. But that doesn’t mean the rule’s fate has been decided. Comments from Mona Blaber (BLAY-ber), communications coordinator, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter.
For immediate release: May 10, 2017 Contact: Mona Blaber, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter communications, 505-660-5905, email@example.com Today, every Senate Democrat and three Republicans voted down a procedural vote that would have paved the way for revoking a Bureau… Read more >
For immediate release: April 21, 2017 In response to PNM’s proposal to eliminate coal from its energy portfolio by 2031, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter Director Camilla Feibelman released the following statement: “PNM’s announcement that early retirement of San Juan… Read more >
By Mary Katherine Ray, Rio Grande Chapter Wildlife Chair Bills to prohibit trapping on public land, end killing contests, reform the Game Commission and more did not pass the New Mexico Legislature in a session distracted by other issues and… Read more >
By Eric Patterson Water Sentinels — Rios de Taos has been awarded a grant to encourage student participation in water-monitoring activities and the general environmental activities of Sierra Club. We will continue to work with Taos High School students —… Read more >
By Denise Fort, Chapter Energy chair President Donald Trump’s budget represents an unprecedented attack on the agencies that protect our environment, and, perhaps more ominously, on science. We need to communicate to everyone — the media, elected officials, civic groups,… Read more >
By Camilla Feibelman, Chapter director Common-sense, climate-protecting methane rules have been targeted as the next victim of an obscure tool that President Trump and congressional Republicans have used to revoke stream protections and other air and water safeguards. But the… Read more >