The Global Warming Express has been busier and bigger than ever this fall. By January we will have added new programs in Belen, Taos and Santa Fe and will have recruited five more mentors, in addition to our fall programs.
Can you imagine the future our children and grandchildren are facing? They are actively imagining it. Is it one of hope? Surprisingly, it is. And they are looking to you and me to help them.
The 2019-2020 year marks the 7th year of The Global Warming Express and it is shaping up to be one of the busiest. Below is a portion of what the Global Warming Expressers have been up to: January 9, 2019:
Read the 4/10/2019 article in the Santa Fe Reporter on Kids and Climate.
There are no words for how powerful the Santa Fe Green New Deal Town Hall was on April 18, or the scope of its potential impact.
The seventh year of Global Warming Express is shaping up to be the busiest. See what the kids have been up to.
On April 15, 2019, the City Council of Albuquerque voted to ban single-use plastic bags. It goes into effect January 2020.
The Global Warming Express kids met with the mayors of Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Las Cruces.
The Global Warming Express, the award-winning, By Kids/For Kids climate science, arts and advocacy program for elementary school kids in New Mexico, is looking for 7 new, after-school mentors for the 2018/19 school year.
On Thursday, March 2, the Interior Department announced the cancellation of an oil and gas lease sale near Chaco Culture National Historical Park, a UNESCO Heritage Site in northern New Mexico. The leases would have auctioned off an additional 4,434 acres in the Greater Chaco region for industrialized fracking, exposing local communities to increased pollution and threatening ancient ruins considered sacred by Indigenous Nations.