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Oil and Gas Economy Dilemma | The Line

1318 Line MLG Relationship To Oil

November 1, 2019 – Gene Grant and The Line opinion panelists examine Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s challenge to find balance between moving away from the fossil fuel industry while also relying on those revenues to fund her top priorities, including a free college tuition proposal.

Line Panelists:
Michael Bird, Public Health Consultant
Tom Garrity, The Garrity Group PR
Julie Ann Grimm, editor, Santa Fe Reporter
Laura Sanchez-Rivét, attorney, Affirm, Inc.

For Further Reading:

NM Governor Opposes Trump Proposal on Methane RulesKOB 4

Oil-Backed Blue Wave: New Mexico Funds Progressive Policy Through Fracking  – NBC News

New Mexico’s Oil Boom: Bounty for One of the Country’s Poorest StatesThe New York Times

NM Officials Push for Continued Oil/Gas Regs, Even as Emissions DeclineInsideSources

NM Assails Federal Plan on MethaneAlbuquerque Journal

New Mexico’s Youth Make Their Case For Climate Change Reform

1312 Global Climate Strike

September 20, 2019 – On Friday, students from schools across New Mexico participated in the Global Climate Strike, a student-led initiative to draw attention to – and create a sense of urgency about – climate change around the world. Environmental correspondent Laura Paskus speaks to three students about their plans and their message.

Eliot Patton, Bosque School 8th Grader
Mariluz Lebkuechner, The Public Academy for Performing Arts Senior
Olivia Gonzales, The Public Academy of Performing Arts Sophomore

For Further Reading:

Stop Tweeting, Start Acting – NM Political Report

Greta Thunberg on Capitol Hill – Vox.com

Covering Climate Now Initiative