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‘Status Quo’ Reigns When it Comes to Chaco Protections

Chaco Landscape in the eastern Navajo nation.

10.21.2022 – On the eastern Navajo Nation, oil and gas development has affected the land, water, and air where Mario Atencio’s family lives near Counselor, New Mexico. Atencio is the Greater Chaco Energy Organizer with Diné CARE, or Diné Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment, and he talks about why increased protections for communities and landscapes…

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Environmental Journalists newest book ‘Water Always Wins’

An image of Erica Gies next to the cover over her new book "Water Always Wins."

09.23.22- In her new book, “Water Always Wins: Thriving in an Age of Drought and Deluge,” Erica Gies writes about how development choices and centralized infrastructure have exacerbated water extremes She also writes about the “slow water” movement and how communities can shape solutions and adapt to the changing world. Correspondent: Laura Paskus Guest: Erica…

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