New Mexico in Focus correspondent Gwyneth Doland had an in-depth conversation with Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham yesterday. The interview — covering many topics such as foreclosure prevention in New Mexico, income inequality, and how Congress can regain the trust of the American people — will be broadcast next week, on November 1. Meanwhile, here are… Continue Reading »
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This week on New Mexico in Focus, we continue our discussions about water in New Mexico with Sandra Postel, National Geographic Freshwater Fellow, and Beth Bardwell, director of freshwater conservation with Audubon New Mexico. Postel has studied freshwater issues for 30 years and is the founder and director of the Global Water Policy Project. She… Continue Reading »
This week on NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS, a look at the Bosque brouhaha. Proposed plans by the city of Albuquerque to add trails and other projects in the state park have drawn the ire of some environmentalists and residents, who say it’s too much for a unique wild place within city boundaries. NEW MEXICO IN… Continue Reading »
In this Web extra from the Sept. 13, 2013 show, NMiF Correspondent Gwyneth Doland asks M.E. Sprengelmeyer, owner of the Guadalupe County Communicator, and Francine Hopper, co-owner of Local IQ, about the financial struggles they face, including advertising and in Sprengelmeyer’s case, the decline of rural communities.
This week on NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS, as the state struggles to emerge from recession, business leaders and economic development experts are pushing for a more aggressive plan on jobs. Four experts talk about how the economic development landscape has change in the last few years. They also discuss what strategies the state needs to… Continue Reading »