A most unusual 24 hours, a delayed blog, and a scary 24 hours. One of the more unusual blog posts I’ve done with a personal focus on healthcare and an international perspective on coal.
The Red Nation defends their water, an opportunity to have your donation matched to the Dreamers Legal Fund, a report on the Roundhouse Advocacy Team meeting, and thoughts on why compromise and bipartisanship is likely a very bad thing.
Once again our water is under threat, this time, not from a Chromium plume, but from a devious plan hatched by the gas and oil industry under the ever so unvigilant gaze of the EPA and the NM Environment Department. Our new Governor must replace leadership at the help of NMED as soon as she…
So much to report on: LANL’s plume, Trump’s doom and NM’s Blue ZOOOOOM. Today, we report on the Railyard rally, the LANL hearing and a tremendous analysis of what the Health Security Act is and why it is so important to achieving justice. Xochitl isn’t the only outcome that has been reversed and Fl. and…
Lots to share today. I can’t stress it more strongly: You need to take seriously the NM Environmental Department’s permit hearing on Nov 7. Details from Retake and TEWA within. We end the blog with a song from one of our friends, David Berkeley with an invite to a post-election celebration on Friday, Nov 16.
In This Changes Everything, Naomi Klein wrote in 2014 that climate change created an urgency that could lead not just to climate justice, but to international economic and social justice. The UN’s IPCC report gives us an even more urgent deadline, but Trump and Democratic leadership show no taste for real solutions. It is all…
This post follows up on Thursday’s report on climate change and the possibilities for reforming the Supreme Court. Climate change is not on the radar for most Americans, so it is incumbent upon those that understand its importance, to act, not with marches but with conversations.
Trump & corporate America are land’s owners; indigenous populations are its stewards and we are seemingly powerless to prevent relaxing methane regulation and whatever else is next. Except we are not powerless.
The GOP is reeling as farm and rust belt opposition to tariffs builds, polling shows trouble ahead8,. yet the Democratic Party remains numb to the opportunity to nurture a progressive wave.
Saturday’s post republishes a Green Fire Times article by Lena Hakim focusing on the value of personal sacrifice and change in personal behavior as a means of challenging the status quo. I add a few comments, but otherwise let Lena’s article speak for itself.