Clean Water in New Mexico

Climate warming and water supply reductions also produce a range of subsequent adverse effects on the quality of our surface waters, which are forecast to impact both human and environmental health negatively. These effects also require our increased focus and concern.

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Equity

People know what they want and what they need.  The planning process must help communities distinguish between these two things so we can figure out a way for everyone to share  equitably in the abundance or scarcity of water. 

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A Tipping Point Foretold

Will the future see the 2023 Legislature’s approval of new water policy laws and funding as a tipping point? As advocates for the improved water governance that New Mexico’s future requires, let’s work together to make it so!

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All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis

Thursday, December 3, 2020, 4:00 to 5:00 pm, MST Join the nationally-syndicated public radio show Living on Earth (from PRX) and the Sustainable Solutions Lab at UMass Boston for a virtual conversation with contributors of ALL WE CAN SAVE, a new anthology featuring expertise and insights of dozens of diverse women leading on climate in the United…

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Healthy Soil Is a Reservoir

Maintaining healthy soil aids our water supply! Healthy soil is not compacted but is absorbent. Organic matter in the soil, microbes and plant material, is made of carbon. That, along with the minerals present, creates an aerated structure for the soil. The dead matter is food for the plants and structurally acts like a sponge.…

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