Contact: Miya King-Flaherty, 505-301-0863, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter organizing representative Washington, DC — Today, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass the Chaco Cultural Heritage Area Protection Act (H.R. 2181), which would ban new leasing and drilling on
Thank you New Mexico and West Texas members, donors and supporters of the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club! You continue to be amazing!
Thank you, Rio Grande Chapter chair, David Coss.
The public has until November 25 to submit comments about rollbacks that eliminate the direct regulation of methane. In New Mexico, this would mean that 4,700 new and existing oil and gas wells would no longer have to reduce their methane emissions, endangering our climate and our families’ health.
In September 2019, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced that New Mexico will join 14 other states in adopting clean-car standards requiring new cars sold here to emit fewer greenhouse gases.
On a warm September morning, Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller drove a shiny new blue Chevy Bolt into Civic Plaza, accompanied by five Global Warming Express members.
The Zero Waste team toured the Rio Grande Compost Facility on Albuquerque’s west side.
The October/November/December 2019 issue of the Rio Grande Sierran has been posted on our website. And if you’re not member yet, help support the newsletter and our conservation efforts. Memberships start at just $15.
Unexpected obstacles could derail implementation of New Mexico’s landmark clean-energy law, relief funds for coal workers and even the amount of renewable replacement in the retirement of coal-fired San Juan Generating Station.
Scientists estimate the wall’s construction will impact hundreds to thousands of species of animals.