On May 14, U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) introduced the Methane Waste and Prevention Act of 2019, a bill that would enact commonsense and cost-effective solutions to reduce methane waste and pollution from oil and gas operations on public lands, protect taxpayers, safeguard public health and mitigate climate change.
Join us on May 11 in Hyder Park to recognize some of the wonderful mothers in our community and the families who have worked so hard to make Albuquerque more sustainable! We’ll also be celebrating passage of the Albuquerque Clean & Green Ordinance.
On May 7, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced that its Atomic Safety and Licensing Board had rejected every objection made by intervenors challenging Holtec International’s application to build a storage facility for high-level nuclear waste in southeast New Mexico.
Read the 4/10/2019 article in the Santa Fe Reporter on Kids and Climate.
There are no words for how powerful the Santa Fe Green New Deal Town Hall was on April 18, or the scope of its potential impact.
Come find out how an idea to ban single-use bags in Albuquerque grew into a movement. Hear from people and kids who took part in organizing! Learn what it means for our city and how you can help plan next steps to create a sustainable future!
The Rio Grande Chapter’s Central New Mexico Group is seeking a few volunteers to fill some important leadership positions.
It’s been five years since President Obama signed an executive order establishing Organ Mountains Desert Peaks National Monument. Come join us on May 18 in Las Cruces to celebrate.
The Central NM group learned about recycling in Albuquerque.
The seventh year of Global Warming Express is shaping up to be the busiest. See what the kids have been up to.