Energy journalism

PNM wants customers to pay $300m to exit a coal plant

States faces billions in well plugging costs as Fed buys millions in oil and gas bonds

With oil’s future uncertain, orphaned wells on public lands could become a big problem for New Mexico

In Permian Basin, BLM continues oil and gas leasing on lands proposed for protections

Nuclear Colonialism: Indigenous opposition grows against proposal for nation’s largest nuclear storage facility in NM

After Losing a Similar Case, BLM Sued Again Over Climate Impacts of Oil and Gas Leases

Environmental journalism

Fighting fire with fire: Forest managers rethink fire ecology in New Mexico

Humans need to learn to co-exist with wildfires. Here’s how we can do it.

A ‘humanitarian crisis’: To’Hajiilee’s aquifer is running out of water

Armed with new research, ranchers rethink depredation

For Greater Chaco communities, air pollution compounds COVID-19 threat

A river runs dry: Climate change offers opportunity to rethink water management on the Rio Grande

Border wall poses new problems for the endangered Mexican Gray Wolf

A wildlife emergency is brewing at the border

Land owners tout conservation but oppose ‘Wild and Scenic’ designation for Gila

With mother’s death, the endangered Prieto wolf pack is gone

Tribes, archaeologists are working to identify sites in Greater Chaco for protections from oil and gas

An inactive uranium mine located on a sacred mountain will finally close

Investigative journalism

‘We’re all in the same storm.’ Some voters worry politicians aren’t taking climate change seriously enough

Political ‘retribution’: The DOI rejected 100% of New Mexico’s proposed LWCF projects

‘Dereliction of duty’: 1.6 million gallons of produced water spilled so far in 2020

Guv quietly looks to expand export markets for natural gas

DOI ‘expediting’ Chaco drilling proposal during pandemic

Big Oil’s ‘Natural Climate Solutions’ Feasibility Overblown, Critics Say

The 2020 Democrats of the ‘Anti-Green New Deal Coalition’