The Line does a quick round robin on solar and why it’s not growing as fast as some think it should in New Mexico. But several solar companies already failed in New Mexico.
This week on NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS, they are among the country’s most important and iconic sites, and now they face real threats from rising sea levels, fires and epic floods. A new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists is sounding the alarm about the risk to national landmarks from climate change. NMiF Correspondent… Continue Reading »
NMiF Producer Megan Kamerick continues the conversation on water issues in rural New Mexico by delving into plans for a possible diversion on the Gila River with Steve Harris of Rio Grande Restoration. Farmer Stanley Crawford and rancher Sid Goodloe also talk about the future of their livelihoods in the ongoing drought.
This week on NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS, Correspondent Gwyneth Doland speaks with Albuquerque City Councilor Rey Garduño and Ken Sanchez, president of the Albuquerque City Council. They discuss the resignation of three members of the Police Oversight Commission and plans by council members to put more money into oversight of the Albuquerque Police Department, in… Continue Reading »
In this Web extra, host Tara Gatewood asks Dr. Rina Swentzell of Santa Clara Pueblo, Juan Estevan Arellano of Embudo, N.M., and Lyle Balenquah of Hopi to define what is a watershed in the context of their communities.