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We're in the news: Supreme Court sides with governor in Energy Transition Act case
On January 29, the New Mexico Supreme Court sided with Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, lawmakers and the state’s largest electric utility in a bench ruling that allows the company to apply a new energy law to recover investments it made in a coal-fired power plant ...
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We're in the news: Water scarcity accelerates plans to close Xcel's Tolk coal plant by a decade
Excel Energy, electricity producer for Texas and New Mexico, plans to close the 1.1 GW Tolk coal-fired generating station by late 2032. This is a link to an article ...
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We’re in the News: methane

We're in the News: methane
Read the Santa Fe New Mexican article, dated January 11, 2020, about a report generated by Gov. Lujan Grisham's Methane Advisory Council ...
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Press: A wildlife emergency is brewing at the border
Scientists estimate the wall’s construction will impact hundreds to thousands of species of animals ...
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Press: NM begins discussion on reusing wastewater from fracking
State agencies held the first public meeting about “produced water” Tuesday in Albuquerque ...
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Bill to protect for Chaco passes House
The Chaco bill passed out of the Natural Resources Committee on July 17 and is another step further to becoming a federal law. Rep. Deb Haaland was excellent and a true champion for New Mexico in this Energy Dominance era. There is still much to get done and we continue to push and work on getting broader protections for the landscape, surrounding communities, and fight for environmental justice ...
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Coming of Age in a Time of Change
Read the 4/10/2019 article in the Santa Fe Reporter on Kids and Climate ...
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Trapping bill highlights state’s urban-rural divide
HB 366 has become known as Roxy’s Law, in honor of an 8-year-old heeler mix strangled in a trap last month at Santa Cruz Lake. When the House Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee took testimony from the public about the issue Thursday, however, the biggest argument against trapping was simply that it is cruel ...
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