Attend a webinar on Tuesday, June 21, to learn about a new tool that maps the locations of the 58,777 oil and gas facilities operating in New Mexico and the populations, schools and hospitals within a half-mile radius of those facilities.
Peer-reviewed science shows that living near polluting oil and gas facilities is associated with negative health impacts, including fetal defects and respiratory ailments. The Oil and Gas Threat Map display data about the risk of increased cancer and respiratory health rates at the county level. In addition to the data that the Oil and Gas Threat Map presents, users can enter their own address to see if they live in a threat zone.
What: Learn about New Mexico’s oil and gas threat map and how close you might live to a polluting facility and what it might mean for your health.
When: 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 21
Where: Please RSVP for New Mexico Oil and Gas Threat Map
Featured photo by Tod Baker