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Addressing Climate Change Through Policy Action

We connect the people of New Mexico to their political power to protect our air, land and water for a healthy Land of Enchantment.

 

Current Priority

Restoring & Protecting Our Lands

There are hundreds of abandoned uranium mines in northwestern New Mexico that many companies have walked away and left a toxic mess.

 

Current Priority

Climate Action Now

Relying on oil, coal and natural gas for the bulk of our energy needs is a losing proposition. Fortunately, New Mexico boasts a wealth of clean, renewable sources of energy such as solar, wind, biofuels, geothermal sources and more.

 

Current Priority

Connecting New Mexicans with Their Political Power

Moving forward, state leadership can center New Mexicans in the decision-making process by creating a culture of transparency, and addressing obstacles to full public participation in the policy process, such as language barriers, technology and access, and more.

 

Current Priority

Conserving Public Lands, Water & Wildlife

New Mexico’s natural beauty, cultural diversity, and vast public lands consistently draw new residents to the state each year, increasing demand for already scarce water resources through increased development.

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Rio Chama Wilderness Study Area

Adjacent to the Chama River Canyon Wilderness in Northern New Mexico, this landscape is carved by the Rio Chama— a designated Wild and Scenic River.
Photo: Bob Wick.

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Learn about the initiatives that CVNM is actively working on–from mobilizing voters to creating policies that turn into laws.

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Combine Efforts

We collaborate with partners across our state to support pro-conservation legislation and political candidates. Learn about how success is dependant upon collaborative efforts.

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There are many ways to engage your political power — building collective political power, creating public policy that matters, and advocating for environmental champions in our legislature!

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Legislative Outcomes & Updates

Track the results of the latest Legislative Session 
By Democracy, Outcomes, Success Stories, Climate & Energy, Legislature, People & Health

Biden Administration Solar for All to benefit “most isolated” residents in New Mexico

May 2, 2024

On April 22nd, in celebration of Earth Day, the Biden-Harris administration unveiled the Solar for All program, a historic $7 billion investment in clean energy deployment and access for every state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. New Mexico was one of 60 entities selected and was awarded $156 million

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Success Stories

Celebrate Community and Individual Successes
By Democracy, Outcomes, Success Stories, Climate & Energy, Legislature, People & Health

Biden Administration Solar for All to benefit “most isolated” residents in New Mexico

May 2, 2024

On April 22nd, in celebration of Earth Day, the Biden-Harris administration unveiled the Solar for All program, a historic $7 billion investment in clean energy deployment and access for every state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. New Mexico was one of 60 entities selected and was awarded $156 million

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Increase in
Pro-Environment Legislators
72
Number of Partnerships
Across the State
59

Building a Pro-Conservation Coalition

The climate crisis cannot be solved by one organization alone. We work with community members like you, partner organizations, and legislators across the state to address the issues that impact New Mexicans so we can protect our quality of life for generations to come.

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By donating to CVNM, you help mobilize voters, win elections, hold elected officials accountable and advance responsible public policies in our state.