Santolina developer blocks tribe’s water line

Santolina developer blocks tribe's water line
The Diné (people) of Tó’hajiilee Chapter have an opportunity to get drinking-quality water to their community of approximately 2,000 families and children. We need your help to make this happen ... Read More

NM revises draft rules on oil and gas wastewater

NM revises draft rules on oil and gas wastewater
Sierra Club and allies intervened this summer to shore up inadequate safeguards on oil and gas wastewater, or “produced water,” for reuse in drilling operations ... Read More

Nuke dump edges closer

Nuke dump edges closer
About 20% of US electricity comes from nuclear power. The NRC wants to dump the nuclear waste from these plants in New Mexico and Texas, shipped over underfunded rail routes ... Read More

Oil and Gas Leasing on Federal Public Land in New Mexico: An Outdated System

Oil and Gas Leasing on Federal Public Land in New Mexico: An Outdated System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 Because of outdated rate structures, these leases go for far less than market value, creating huge revenue losses ...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