Our members and supporters have worked hard to ensure a speedy transition to renewables in the light of the climate crisis and a just transition for workers and communities as the coal economy collapses. The Energy Transition Act represented an innovative path forward supported by the public, the legislature, the Governor, the Navajo Nation, and now the Supreme Court.
On January 29, the New Mexico Supreme Court made a quick and unambiguous ruling that the Public Regulation Commission must apply the law of the land – last year’s landmark Energy Transition Act — to PNM’s case to retire San Juan coal plant.
Please join us for another fun and social First Saturday Art opening. Saturday February 1 at the Albuquerque office.
Excel Energy, electricity producer for Texas and New Mexico, plans to close the 1.1 GW Tolk coal-fired generating station by late 2032. This is a link to an article.
Students of the Americas High School Sierra Student Coalition participated in outdoor adventures and service projects and helped organize a resounding victory for Lost Dog Trails in 2019.
Going bag-free reduces litter and the demand for oil and gas. The county and city address frequently asked questions.
Want to help but you don’t know how? Here are some easy tips from our Zero Waste Team members.
The truth is that relatively simple repairs could extend the useful lives of many out-of-commission items, but most of us have no idea how to approach those repairs and don’t have the time to figure it out.
Lobby trainings, speakers, hundreds of New Mexico grassroots activists highlight day of environmental advocacy at Roundhouse For immediate release: Jan. 27, 2020 Contact: Camilla Feibelman, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter director, 505-715-8388 Lobby trainings, speakers, hundreds of New Mexico grassroots
The outing of the New Mexico ICO program originally scheduled for Saturday, March 21, then postponed to Saturday, April 25, has been cancelled.