A poem by Margaret Atwood, a graphic on our waste of food, and commentary on how they are related. Roxanne deserves full-credit for sending me both the poem and the graphics that follow. I think I did a great job… Read More ›
Climate Change, Agriculture, Land Use & Wildlife
Sizzling Northwest Battles Heat & Drought & Faces Tough Agricultural Choices with 2/3 of US Fruits & Nuts Imperiled.
The Climate Catastrophe is advancing rapidly. Perhaps it will dawn on policymakers that as California dries up, cities truck in water, farms lie fallow, farmers compete with fisheries for scarce water….perhaps, just maybe it is time to act. And NM… Read More ›
HB 207: A Transformational Approach to Addressing Hunger in NM by Building Local Farm & Food Systems; Plus a Look Back at Last Week
News in Brief today examines a stunning environmental victory resulting from a strong, sustained advocacy of NM environmentalists. A second NIB outlines all that is wrong with the GOP’s tepid “bipartisan” effort at COVID-19 relief. Read on.
NM water laws were crafted a century ago when water was plentiful, the population sparse, and climate change far in the future. Laws were designed to protect “first users,” not to conserve water, protect the planet, or plan for the… Read More ›
Before a review of last week’s posts, we offer links to 2 articles, one detailing the Trump administration’s six-month bullying of CDC scientists, the other a swing-state polling update & call to action. Then a revealing video from Pence’s chief… Read More ›
Today, we post links to our recording of Tuesday’s shocking Zoom “NM Water Crisis” and offer actions you can take to press the MLG administration to act responsibly. Also, we announce our Dec zoom with Speaker Brian Egolf & Senator… Read More ›