For immediate release: Thursday, March 16, 2017 Contact: Camilla Feibelman, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter director, 505-715-8388, firstname.lastname@example.org On Thursday, Public Service Company of New Mexico announced that an analysis of San Juan Generating Station in Waterflow, N.M., found that… Read more >
New Mexico Story Power amplifies voices from the front lines where extreme fossil fuel extraction threatens the lives and cultures of the people of New Mexico. It engages our necessity to protect our land, our water and our communities with personal accounts and visual narratives. In this interview, Story Power interviews Mike Eisenfeld, Energy and Climate Program Manager for San Juan Citizens Alliance in Farmington, New Mexico.
Victory! Terrific victories for all you citizen lobbyists who have been contacting your senators and representatives! HM70, asking the BLM to pausing drilling in the greater Chaco Canyon area, unanimously passed the House State Government, Indian Affairs and Veterans Committee… Read more >
Phone numbers for key House and Senate committees hearing pro- and anti-environment bills soon: OPPOSE: Public-lands seizure, SB182, “Early Childhood Land Grant Act.” Hearing 8:30 a.m. Wednesday in Room 311 at the Roundhouse Senate Education Committee Senator William P. Soules,… Read more >
The 2017 New Mexico legislative session is in full swing. Below is a primer on some priority environmental legislation. Please click here if you’d like legislative updates and action alerts during the session. Sen. Peter Wirth’s SB215, which makes it much easier… Read more >
The Sierra Club has a new site where the public can get updated and take action to resist the anti-environmental and anti-justice policies and appointments of the Trump administration.
Citing EPA nominee Scott Pruitt’s conflicts of interest and opposition to protecting the environment, 58 current and former New Mexico elected officials signed a letter Wednesday asking our congressional delegation to oppose the nomination.
January 21, 2017. Thousands of people in Albuquerque gathered in Civic Plaza in support of the Women’s March on Washington. Our theme was ‘Batting for Mother Earth.’
The Women’s March on Washington will be held on the National Mall the day after inauguration. There are 386 sister marches – all over the world. We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of… Read more >
Los Alamos, with its own municipally owned utilities, is a member of the Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems, a not-for-profit consortium for providing comprehensive wholesale electricity to community-owned power systems throughout the Intermountain West. Of the 47 communities, Los Alamos… Read more >