November 30, 2018 – The Fourth National Climate Assessment was released recently, and a major focus of the report is on the economic costs of climate change. The study also found that Native communities and poor and underserved populations are more at risk from the effects of a changing climate. How can a state so reliant on revenue from fossil fuels do its best to reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses? Gene Grant and the Line opinion panelists discuss the report and explore possible courses of action.
Dan Foley, former NM House minority whip
Eric Griego, former NM state senator
Sophie Martin, attorney
Diane Snyder, former NM state senator
For Further Reading:
Climate Change: Southwest becoming dangerously dry – Daily Lobo