CVNMEF joins Put New Mexico First Media Campaign
Media campaign highlights influence of big money. Martinez administration cut corners on required safety inspections to the benefit of an industry that’s given over $1 million to her campaigns. Read our press release and watch the ad»
CVNMEF and Programs Stand in Solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and all Water Protectors Opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline
“We are humbled by the courage and leadership of the Water Protectors in their efforts to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). They are protecting their land, their families and drinking water for thousands of Americans from the threats of contamination. In short, they are fighting for environmental justice and we stand in strong solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux.” Read the full statement and find out how you can help.»
Leaders must listen to community to build consensus on energy future
Plans for New Mexico’s energy future include nuclear energy, but nuclear is part of the dirty energy problem – not the solution. Communities like Gallup and Church Rock, know all too well that the fuel life cycle of nuclear energy is far from clean. Abandoned mines and their radioactive waste left behind after the mining boom turned bust impact their lives daily. Read what CVNM Education Fund’s Western New Mexico Organizer Talia Boyd has to say and stand in solidarity with fellow New Mexicans and urge our leaders to listen to communities as we plan for our energy future.