Oil and Gas Leasing on Federal Public Land in New Mexico: An Outdated System

Oil and Gas Leasing on Federal Public Land in New Mexico: An Outdated System
In New Mexico alone, there are more than 3 million acres currently leased to oil and gas companies for exploration and drilling. Because of outdated rate structures, these leases go for far less than market value, creating huge revenue losses ... Read More

One-time Opportunity: Protect New Mexicans from Harmful Oil & Gas Pollution

One-time Opportunity: Protect New Mexicans from Harmful Oil & Gas Pollution
On September 16, conservation groups joined hundreds of others in urging Gov. Lujan-Grisham’s state agencies to take advantage of the opportunity to slash our state’s climate pollution and make the air healthier for all of us ... Read More

No community-lab pit collaboration

No community-lab pit collaboration
Even with the pandemic, even as Earth’s climate is changing at a rate that has exceeded most scientific forecasts, even as the world grapples with centuries of injustice, the federal government is transitioning toward producing 30, then 80, nuclear-weapons triggers ... Read More

Navajo Nation schools might get monitors

Navajo Nation schools might get monitors
Health advocates, Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency, and members of Northern Arizona University’s Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals, with decades of expertise in monitoring air quality and community outreach, are considering funding to install air monitors in possibly all 150 ... Read More