PRC puts coal-to-clean path in doubt

PRC puts coal-to-clean path in doubt
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.  ... Read More

Press: A wildlife emergency is brewing at the border

Press: A wildlife emergency is brewing at the border
Scientists estimate the wall’s construction will impact hundreds to thousands of species of animals ... Read More

Press: NM begins discussion on reusing wastewater from fracking

Press: NM begins discussion on reusing wastewater from fracking
State agencies held the first public meeting about “produced water” Tuesday in Albuquerque ... Read More

New Game Commission, old allegiances

Photo of a brown bear cub for the Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter website.
Hopes were high when Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham appointed a new Game Commission after eight years of wildlife policies that so often dismissed science and contradicted conservation, especially for carnivorous animals. While some welcome changes are on offer, the new ... Read More
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