That’s three Sierra Club leaders three days in a row! Great job, John, Norman and Camilla! https://www.santafenewmexican.com/opinion/my_view/lead-governor-climate-action-cant-wait/article_7bad2a60-e52c-11ed-baf0-fb56d639783a.html
We’re in the news: Gila Mimbres Community Radio
During this year’s legislative session, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham backed the Hydrogen Hub Act to incentivize a hydrogen power industry in the state and put New Mexico in the running to access some of the $8 billion available from the Biden Administration’s Infrastructure bill set aside for so-called Hydrogen Hubs. But critics say that hydrogen production can actually increase our carbon footprint rather than reducing our carbon emissions. Listen to the interview.
We’re in the news: Oil and gas’ role in climate change highlighted in global report.
Oil and gas production could be leading the world in climate change impacts brought on by pollution, per a recent international report that led to New Mexico environmentalists calling for reforms to fossil fuel policy.
We’re in the news! San Juan County Commission adopts resolution opposing conservation plan
San Juan County commissioners took a stance against a state and national land conservation initiative during their April 5 meeting in Aztec, voting 4-1 to pass a resolution opposing the so-called 30×30 plan.
In the news: Oil boom feeds NM budget, but environmental agencies left wanting
Rio Grande Chapter Director Camilla Feibelman comments on the problems with NM’s oil boom budget.
We’re in the news: New Mexico Sustainability
On April 1, the NMSU Radio Station KRWG Newsmaker series features Camilla Feibelman, Director of the Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter to discuss how to make New Mexico more sustainable.
We’re in the News: Pandemic’s impact can overwhelm even the best choices
See the Santa Fe New Mexican’s Op/Ed letter to the Editor by Miya King-Flaherty.
In the news: Time to focus on clean energy solutions that work
Why investing in carbon capture is wrong for PNM and wrong for the environment.
We’re in the news: New Mexico must apply clean energy law to the San Juan coal retirement
The question of whether the ETA applies to the San Juan plant has been a contentious battle between regulators, environmentalists, carbon capture advocates and local interests. Utility Dive Takes a look at the law, the rulings and the possible effect of carbon-capture technology.
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.