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Cave Hiking in Southern New Mexico – June 12

Cave Hiking in Southern New Mexico - June 12
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Conservation groups ask NM Game Commission to oppose cougar-trapping proposal

Cougars, traps, Game Commission
For Immediate Release, May 1, 2015 Contacts: Mary Katherine Ray, (575) 772­-5655, mkrscrim@gmail.com; Phil Carter, (505) 967­-5297, phil@apnm.org; Michael Robinson, (575) 313­7017, michaelr@biologicaldiversity.org; Kevin Bixby, (575) 649­-7260, kevin@wildmesquite.org; Judy Paulsen, (505) 899­-3245, jpaulsen@projectcoyote.org SILVER CITY, N.M.— Eight conservation organizations in the TrapFree New Mexico coalition sent a letter today urging state game commissioners to reject the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish’s proposed cougar trapping season. The coalition letter highlights the dangers traps pose to outdoor enthusiasts, nontarget animals and pets like ...
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Land

Land
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Water

Water
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Wildlife

Wildlife
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Climate Change

Climate Change
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PRC hearing examiner recommends dismissal of PNM rate case

PRC hearing examiner recommends dismissal of PNM rate case
ALBUQUERQUE – The future of coal at the San Juan Generating Station grew cloudier today after a New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (PRC) hearing examiner recommended that the commissioners reject PNM’s proposal for a large rate hike along with plans to impose a monthly fee on residents who install rooftop solar. The Hearing Examiner recommended rejection of PNM’s rate hike application due to the application being incomplete and without proper support. Earlier this week, Attorney General Hector Balderas issued a ...
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Sierra Club launches Returning Wolf to Texas Initiative

Sierra Club launches Returning Wolf to Texas Initiative
The Sierra Club El Paso Group will launch a new Return of the Wolf to Texas Education Initiative with a lecture by Rick LoBello at the Rubin Center on the UTEP campus on March 18, 2015, at 6pm. The free program is open to the public and is part of the Citizen Culture: Artists and Architects Shape Policy event at the center from Feb 5-April 25. Prior to the war against the wolf that started in the 1800s and ended ...
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/ El Paso Group, Latest News, Wildlife

Facts on the future of coal-fired San Juan Generating Station

Facts on the future of coal-fired San Juan Generating Station
For decades, PNM’s San Juan Generating Station – a coal-fired power plant near Farmington, New Mexico – has threatened our air, land, and water with toxic pollution. From soot and smog to arsenic and mercury, the harmful pollution from the plant has endangered the health and well-being of families throughout the Four Corners region. Today, our state and public officials face a choice: prolong the life of one of our region’s greatest public health threats or take this opportunity to ...
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New Mexico at center of Obama’s climate-change proposal

New Mexico at center of Obama's climate-change proposal
By Troy Wllde, Public News Service New Mexico may be among the states most impacted by President Barack Obama's effort to regulate and reduce methane gas emissions. Mike Eisenfeld, New Mexico energy coordinator for the advocacy group San Juan Citizens Alliance, says NASA released a report last year that shows the Four Corners region is a hot spot, responsible for producing the largest concentration of methane seen over the United States. He says the proposed regulations should be implemented with ...
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