As the country weathers the current crisis, and as state and national guidelines are ever evolving to curb the spread of coronavirus, the Bureau of Land Management has charged ahead with a minimal 10-day protest period for its planned May lease sale of thousands of acres of public land in southeast New Mexico.
Holtec comments due July 22
The public has until July 22 to tell the NRC to stop the poorly-conceived Holtec ‘temporary’ nuclear waste storage facility in Lea County.
San Juan coal exit, relief funds approved
The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission on April 1 unanimously approved Public Service Company of New Mexico’s request to exit the coal-fired San Juan Generating Station and use low-interest bonds to finance the stranded costs of the plant.
Our choice for Congress: Leger Fernandez
We are so proud to endorse Teresa Leger Fernandez for New Mexico’s 3rd Congressional District seat.
Make the Gila Forest Plan Better
The Gila National Forest is finally revising its 34-year old forest management plan. The comment period ends at midnight on April 16. The Forest Service should keep the public comment period open until we are able to safely and effectively
Thousands Call for U.S. Bureau of Land Management to Cancel Sale of Public Lands for Fracking in New Mexico
A coalition of groups has appealed to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to suspend a proposal to sell public lands for fracking in light of the COVID-19 crisis and the economic collapse of the oil and gas industry.
PRC votes to approve equitable transition from San Juan coal
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jamie Trafficanda, Western Resource Advocates, 720-763-3737, firstname.lastname@example.org Mona Blaber, Sierra Club – Rio Grande Chapter, 505-660-6905, email@example.com NM Advocates Welcome PRC Unanimous Approval of Plan to Exit