Two Colbert clips, a sobering report on the Amazon fires. We close with an uplifting report on how renewable technology disruption could change everything. Also included a link to an excellent story on 2019-2021 state revenue projections.
We include two articles, one from Naomi Klein covers the DNC’s refusal to treat climate change as a crisis and In These Times writes on Bernie’s new climate plan to create a public energy network. No More PNM’s.
Greg Mello’s guest post describes LANL’s frightening nuclear expansion plans. I ask: What if LANL focused its resources on addressing the climate crisis instead of endangering the entire local environment to build nuclear bombs? What if?
Greta changed the conversation but now some adults, governors, presidents, and CEO’s need to act forcefully and quickly. It will require sacrifice, no doubt. Here is a plan for how NM could be first to lead the way.
Much to share from last week, but from my view, Saturday’s and Sunday’s posts are the ones to go back to. Critiques of capitalism and colonization in the context of America’s most shameful histories: slavery and indigenous genocide.
Throughout Indian Market, Roxanne and I have been attending panels and rallies led by indigenous artists and activists. So, today we share two powerful videos focusing on colonization and climate change.
Four hundred years of slavery, Jim Crow, voter intimidation, mass incarceration, lynching, segregation, voter suppression, redlining and poverty. The NY Times shines the light on it all.
Today, we celebrate an all too rare win: the demise of the Verde Transmission Line. We also provide details on a unique and important Red Nation march in Santa Fe on Saturday
Despite Mid-Town planning going on forever, it has not engaged those most impacted by the development. What gives? And why is the City soliciting ideas before completing its economic analysis and community engagement process?
Roxanne kicked the conversation off with her post on how the right consistently disparages progressive policy as “radical” despite those policies being widely popular. We also covered the root causes of white male misogyny, racism, and xenophobia.