As we embark on the 30-day budget session at our State Legislature, we will again carry out grassroots lobby trainings throughout the state. These trainings will provide you with an overview of key bills that our environmental community will be pushing forward. Read more and register for the sessions.
Submit your public comments by January 31, 2020 to Peaceful Gila Skies Holloman Air Force Base (AFB) in Alamogordo wants to expand its F-16 pilot training airspace across southwestern New Mexico. Although the Air Force acknowledges that current airspace is adequate
You may know that drillers inject water underground to release oil and gas during fracking. The industrial waste that comes back up is called “produced water,” and it is contaminated both by the chemicals that companies put into it and by the minerals released from the ground. Tell New Mexico Environment Department: Prohibit reuse of fracking wastewater outside the oil fields.
You may know that the oil & gas industry injects water underground to release oil and gas during fracking. Companies have to figure out what to do with this wastewater. Ideally, they reuse it on the oil fields instead of using fresh water. We need you to voice your concerns at public hearing throughout the state.
A youth-led walk-out from over 20 Albuquerque Schools will strike against a status quo of complacency, inaction and injustice on climate change, and join global voices to call for a livable future.
This September is hot, too hot – because of the Climate Emergency we are facing. Here are some ways to get involved.
Now that we have turned our state government green, we have the most promising opportunity in a generation to pass bold, humanity- and wildlife-saving policies. Join us for our clean energy conference, lobby training and lobbying days at the legislature.
Join us Monday, January 28th in Santa Fe to develop your lobbying skills for the upcoming legislative session.
Sign up for our 2019 legislative session advocacy and action events!
We owe it to our children’s future to move forward on climate issues. One simple way to act locally is to urge local governments and schools to ask for capital funding for solar installations and efficiency improvements.