As we each adjust in our way we want to make sure that you’ve got the latest on what’s happening with our efforts to protect our climate and our communities.
The Coalition for Clean Affordable Energy (CCAE) applauds the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission for unanimously approving the Solar Direct Program.
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As we all deal with the uncertainty of this difficult time for our health and economy, it is more important than ever that New Mexico stays the course on critical public health initiatives to protect our children, our air and our climate. The New Mexico Environment Department and Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department are hosting an online meeting to gather public input about methane regulations and community impacts.
All are invited to join the Sierra Club Military Outdoors outings from Spring 2020.
Join us on one of our outings for March-June 2020. Please check the ‘Sign up’ link to make sure the hike has not been cancelled.
For immediate release: Jan. 21, 2020 Contact: Jessica Keetso, To Nizhoni Ani, firstname.lastname@example.org, Laurie Weahkee, Native American Voters Alliance, email@example.com Camilla Feibelman, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 505-715-8388 On Tuesday, several Public Regulation Commission members listened to comments
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On February 26, the 100th anniversary of the Mineral Leasing Act, Sen. Tom Udall introduced legislation to update oil and gas royalty rates that have not been increased since the 1920 law passed — as well as minimum bids for our public land that haven’t changed since 1987.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Farmington Field Office and Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) released their long-awaited Mancos-Gallup Resource Management Plan Amendment for the Greater Chaco region on Friday, February 28, 2019. With the release of this draft plan, it’s clear the agencies have broken their many promises.