Category Archives: Environment

Albuquerque Now Recognized As A 2030 District


A group of Albuquerque business leaders recently signed a charter to recognize the city as a 2030 District. These districts are areas around the country where business leaders commit to taking steps to address climate change by reducing water use and carbon emissions on a local level.

NMiF producer Sarah Gustavus sat down with Holly Carey, program manager of the Albuquerque 2030 District, to hear what the designation means for New Mexico’s largest city.


Read more about 2030 Districts

Preparing For Wildfire Season


Forecasters predict that spring and summer this year in New Mexico will be wetter than normal. That’s a good thing for many reasons, such as reducing the likelihood that the state will see large forest fires this season.

But state forester Tony Delfin told NMiF producer Sarah Gustavus that now is not the time for residents or fire managers to relax.