Today’s post focuses exclusively on SB 374, what it is, and why it is so important. Introduced Monday by Sen. Steinborn, it will allow jurisdictions and tribes to produce, use and sell their own renewable energy, freeing them from dependence… Read More ›
Climate Change, Agriculture, Land Use & Wildlife
But Washington, D.C. centrist Dems appear to want business as usual in relation to climate change. Take money from fossil fuels, we’ll put you on the House climate change panel. Exxon Mobil, give us some help with the wording on… Read More ›
Looking Back & Looking Forward Plus Green New Deal Action Alert for Udall, Heinrich and Lujan: Act Today
Our elected officials in DC need to hear from us. We need to let them know that climate change is the biggest threat to mankind in human history, that we are tired of tepid, non-responsive solutions, and a well thought… Read More ›
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…. Read More ›