Added by billp37 on January 31, 2012 at 7:19pm — No Comments
**LEGISLATIVE ACTION ALERT**
SB200 IS BAD FOR CONSERVATION AND BUSINESS IN NEW MEXICO
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR STATE SENATOR OR REPRESENTATIVE IMMEDIATELY AND ASK THEM TO VOTE AGAINST SB200
SB200 SEEKS TO SIGNIFICANTLY UNDERMINE AN EFFECTIVE, EXISTING BUSINESS TAX INCENTIVE FOR PRIVATE LAND CONSERVATION
Added by Santa Fe Conservation Trust on January 31, 2012 at 10:42am — No Comments
In case you missed it in yesterday's edition of The New Mexican, Earth Works Institute - a group that lead the way in watershed restoration in the last 15 years - is closing. The executive director and two board members talk openly about the challenges that sank the organization, hoping other nonprofits will learn from their struggles and…Continue
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|'There are an estimated 170 million chargers in California households, an average of 11 battery chargers per household. While many manufacturers produce energy efficient electronic devices, many products on the market lack efficient charging technology. The proposed standards can save nearly…|
Added by billp37 on January 18, 2012 at 5:44pm — No Comments
The front page of the 12-22-11 SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN featured a galvanizing article on recent plans for Chimayo: "Building spirituality or ruining it." A Santa Fe entrepreneur is working with the Catholic Church to develop (one might even say "devour") the properties and hillside in front of El Santuario at El Potrero. Their development plan calls for a sprawling, 2-story complex called "Jardín de Los Niños Spiritual Retreat" that will be built…Continue
The Historic Santa Fe Foundation (HSFF) is one of the oldest and most vital preservation organizations in the country. The eight Foundation-owned properties are some of the most significant properties in Santa Fe.
Summer Internship Program Goals
Added by Tom McIntosh on January 18, 2012 at 1:19pm — No Comments
Reason we post is for viz and maintaining web skills.
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Surging prices for oil and natural gas shales, in at least one case rising tenfold in five weeks, are raising concerns of a bubble as valuations of drilling acreage approach the peak that was set before the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.
Chinese, French and Japanese energy explorers committed more than $8 billion in the past two weeks to shale-rock…
Faren Dancer of Santa Fe's local Green Talk Radio and founder of Unicopia, is collecting signatures to promote a Renewable Energy Municipal Grid. Dancer has been hosting a series of meetings at the net zero energy use Emerald House he designed and built in Santa Fe to discuss solutions to environmental concerns. Among the items the group decided to work on is building support for an electric grid that's owned by Santa Fe…Continue
Added by Staci Matlock on January 12, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Sorry all! This blog was down for awhile due to problems with Ning. All resolved now and I'll be posting more about local and state environmental issues.
A really cool site to check out is the new interactive…Continue
Added by Staci Matlock on January 11, 2012 at 5:29pm — No Comments
Tuesday January 9, 2012 17:37
Greenline is about New Mexico.
Donald Rumsfeld and friend legendary Taos pilot Fred Fair are residents of New Mexico.
Photo of Fred smoking a joint with a drink in other hand.
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Continued suspicion about wind and solar generation of electricty prompted
No response yet.
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