Tag: new mexico

Indigenous People’s Day Means More Than Just Lip Service

The city of Farmington recently joined other New Mexican cities proclaiming Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples Day.  Across the Southwest, U.S. governments are increasingly acknowledging the historic and current contributions that First Nation peoples have brought to the region. In New Mexico, Gallup, Grants, Albuquerque and Santa Fe (city and […]

Transparency Blitz Continues

Our Transparency Blitz is gaining momentum this month as we sustain our efforts to push back on the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s attacks on the Freedom of Information Act and our democracy. The short of it is: We’re bringing forward a storm of transparency. As we unveiled […]

They’re Our Future And They’re Stepping Up

WildEarth Guardians has been working closely with Our Children’s Trust to compel climate action in New Mexico and elevate and empower the kids of the state to make it happen. And this past August, 28 youth bravely and honestly spoke out before the New Mexico Environmental Improvement Board in […]

Guardians Uplifted by Climate Conference

Last month, WildEarth Guardians’ Climate and Energy team had an inspiring weekend out in the field at the Uplift Climate Conference.   Senior Campaigner Rebecca Sobel and Climate Guardians Shannon Hughes and Becca Fischer attended the youth-focused climate conference from September 15 through the 17th. This year the […]