News Coverage

16 January 2019

LAS VEGAS SUN: Excess methane represents a real danger to Nevadans

Our government has a moral obligation to listen to voters and make decisions that protect the health of our communities. And when our government changes rules, it should have the interest of its taxpayers and…
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05 January 2019

ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL: Methane laws good for NM and nation

New Mexico’s Permian Basin, located in the southeastern part of the state, is one of the nation’s fastest-growing regions for oil and gas development. However, it’s also on its way to becoming the most wasteful,…
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04 January 2019

IECN: Moral obligation to protect natural resources, public lands

As a pastor and member of the Por la Creación Faith-based Alliance, it’s easy for me to understand the importance of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument to Los Angeles. This is why I appreciate…
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03 January 2019

KRWG: Effort To Create Outdoor Equity Fund In New Mexico

Commentary: Low-income youth and their families could soon have expanded opportunities to access state parks, federal public lands, and a variety of outdoor recreation and education opportunities as part of a statewide and national coalition…
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22 December 2018

LAS CRUCES SUN NEWS: A call for Congress to renew the Land & Water Conservation Fund

Parks and outdoor recreation are not new for many Latino families, and there’s a growing movement of Latino leaders who are calling for increased access to parks in urban and rural communities.
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09 December 2018

THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN: Methane rules needed to protect Colorado’s children

There’s a certain irony in Colorado hosting the one and only public hearing of the President Donald Trump administration’s proposed re-write of the 2016 Environmental Protection Agency methane rule. Colorado was the first to implement…
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