In March, the New Mexico Supreme Court issued a stunning and puzzling decision in its long-awaited review of the Copper Rule. The case could set precedent for how the State of New Mexico protects water at all industrial sites.
New Mexico’s Environment Department is pushing through a discharge permit for New Mexico Copper Corp.’s Copper Flat Mine that relies on incomplete and inaccurate information and does not account for impacts to surface and groundwater. Your deadline to comment is May 4.
On April 2, The Las Cruces City Council passed a resolution to obtain 25% of the city’s electricity from renewable energy by 2022, 30% by 2030, and 100% by 2050.
Most of the progress made in the 2018 New Mexico legislative session stopped at the governor’s desk. But some bright spots give hope for better outcomes under a new governor in 2019.
New Mexico’s Public Regulation Commission on March 21 approved Southwestern Public Service’s massive 1.2-gigawatt wind-energy project in New Mexico and west Texas.
Join us Friday May 4 for Sierra Club and Root Beer this Friday with Carlos Bustos, Water Conservation Program manager for the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority.