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.
Read the 4/10/2019 article in the Santa Fe Reporter on Kids and Climate.
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.
Article from the Albuquerque Journal, 1/21/2019 with quotes from Camilla Feibelman.
Derrick Toledo interviews Camila Feibelman on oil and gas production and pollution.
Here’s an interview with Susan Martin, Rio Grande Chapter political chair, with Santa Fe station KTRC and Richard Eeds. (22 minutes). Susan explains how the Sierra Club goes about researching and endorsing candidates.
There was a lot of interest after we issued a press release criticizing the Public Education Department’s draft science standards. Here are some examples of news articles: Santa Fe Reporter – The Same, But Different KOB Channel 4 – Science teaching
In the August 24, 2017 edition of the Santa Fe New Mexican, the Sierra Club and other environmental organizations added their voices of concern over Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s lack of transparency regarding secret recommendations related to our national monuments.
For immediate release: Thursday, March 16, 2017 Contact: Camilla Feibelman, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter director, 505-715-8388, firstname.lastname@example.org On Thursday, Public Service Company of New Mexico announced that an analysis of San Juan Generating Station in Waterflow, N.M., found that