Some Coloradans are opening a Pandora's box where water is concerned, and it is something New Mexican in-stream water flow advocates should keep an eye on. Environmental lobbyist Richard Hamilton and others are advocating for two initiatives on November's state ballot, according toThe Colorado Statesman.
They believe their government is…Continue
So in light of the natural gas crisis last week, let's look at some lessons out of the ordeal:
1. Nature always finds the weaknesses in our technological systems. Always has, always will. That's not a bad thing. It helps us create better systems. Which leads to:
2. The biggest problem for New Mexico Gas Co. in last week's debacle comes down to one word: communication. Other companies in control of other aspects of the interstate pipeline system didn't communicate with NM Gas.…Continue
Added by Staci Matlock on February 10, 2011 at 9:44am — No Comments
Colorado's state water board has been taking a hard look at how much water is needed and available for cities and agriculture in the future. The picture isn't pretty, according to an article by Chris Woodka of The Pueblo Chieftain: "The newest study pegs the “gap”in municipal and industrial water supplies at 365,000-630,000 acre-feet by 2050, even if identified projects are…Continue
Added by Staci Matlock on January 10, 2011 at 9:48am — No Comments
A new report by The Wilderness Society is out analyzing some managed solar zones proposed in four Western states including New Mexico. View the Afton Solar Energy Zone in NM and the whole report.
From the press release by The Wilderness Society: In anticipation of an announcement by the Department of Interior later this week, a report analyzing solar energy zones in Arizona,…Continue
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