This week, the LA Times covered a new report on the suicide rate among female veterans. The report highlighted the need to look closer at the mental health needs and issues faced by women when they serve and after they … Continue reading Addressing Suicide Among Female Veterans
Last month, rain across New Mexico pulled many parts of the state out of severe drought conditions, but will that last? NMiF producer Sarah Gustavus sits down with David Gutzler, a climatologist and professor at UNM, to talk about the … Continue reading David Gutzler on New Mexico Water
Alexander Heffner from PBS’s THE OPEN MIND sits down with correspondent Gwyneth Doland to talk about civic engagement among the millennial generation. Heffner offers his insights into what might encourage more young people to vote in the next national election. … Continue reading Alexander Heffner on Millennial Civic Engagement
The state Public Regulation Commission (PRC) recently rejected PNM’s request for a rate hike and new fees for residential solar customers. However, the state’s largest utility is expected to re-file a rate request. The PRC is also considering a rate … Continue reading The Cost of Energy
Gwyneth Doland speaks with Nancy Hollander, a local attorney who represents Mohamedou Ould Slahi. Her client has been detained at Guantanamo for more than 12 years but has never been charged with a crime. Slahi’s new book, “Guantanamo Diary,” brings … Continue reading Nancy Hollander
Correspondent Gwyneth Doland sits down with Wall Street Journal reporter Jess Bravin to talk about what he uncovers in his book “The Terror Courts.” Bravin outlines the history and lasting impact of military commissions for Guantanamo detainees.
The Mid Region Council of Governments recently released a new plan for how governments and business leaders can meet future transportation needs in central New Mexico. NMiF producer Sarah Gustavus sat down with Aaron Sussman, a senior planner with MRCOG, … Continue reading Planning For Future Transportation Needs
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 … Continue reading Albuquerque now Recognized as a 2030 District