In June, ProgressNow New Mexico joined the Rio Grande Chapter Sierra Club to deliver (literally) a past-due tax notice to NMOGA, the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association.
You’ve written letters, attended hearing and attended protests. And still New Mexicans are faced with two more methane related comment periods as the EPA works to roll back its methane rules.
We owe it to our children’s future to move forward on climate issues. One simple way to act locally is to urge local governments and schools to ask for capital funding for solar installations and efficiency improvements.
Rio Grande Chapter outings for July, August and September 2018.
Grant County, NM has been paying Wildlife Services to kill native wildlife such as coyotes, often by cruel and unacceptable methods. Tell them you don’t want your tax dollars spent that way.
2018 is our 55th anniversary. Throughout the year, in the Sierran and on our website, we’ll be looking back at some of the events, issues, victories and struggles that shaped New Mexico and El Paso. Meet lifetime member Derek Wallentinsen.
The Global Warming Express kids met with the mayors of Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Las Cruces.
For the past eight years, a coalition of individuals and organizations has been resisting the attempt of New Mexico Copper Corporation to reopen a defunct, marginal, open-pit copper mine near Hillsboro. Water is the biggest issue – the Copper Flat Mine wants to use as much water as would support a city of 50,000 people. The New Mexico Environment Department has scheduled hearings the week of Sept. 24-28 in Truth or Consequences.
Join us Saturday, July 21 from 6-8 pm at Tortuga Gallery, 901 Edith St SE. There are other events in the Downtown and South Broadway areas.
Since 2011, Southwestern Public Service has been charging eastern New Mexico families who invest in solar a hefty monthly fee that no one else pays, and that they must pay no matter how little energy they use. This is unfair and it needs your action!