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Congratulations Secretary Haaland

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, March 15, 2021   Congresswoman Deb Haaland’s Confirmation as Interior Secretary Will Bring a New Era of Tribal Consultation and Protection of Public Lands   SANTA FE – On the occasion of U.S. Representative Deb Haaland’s historic confirmation as Secretary of the Interior, Conservation Voters New Mexico has the following statement.   [read more…]


CVNM Education Fund Board of Directors – Positions Open

NEW! CVNM Education Fund Board of Directors Positions Bring your enthusiasm for protecting New Mexico’s air, land, water, wildlife, and communities to CVNM’s board of directors! Our unique and dynamic board members are currently accepting applications for director positions. Check out this testimonial from CVNM EF Board Member, Theresa Pasqual, about her experience with CVNM [read more…]


Board of Directors – Positions Open

Board of Directors – Positions Open Bring your enthusiasm for protecting New Mexico’s air, land, water, wildlife, and communities to CVNM’s board of directors! Our unique and dynamic board members are currently accepting applications for director positions.  Check out this testimonial from our new board president, Theresa Pasqual, about her experience with CVNM:  “I’ve learned [read more…]


2021 Weekly Legislative Update Videos

2021 Legislative Session Videos Each Monday of the Legislative session, from January 25 until March 15, our advocacy team will post a video reviewing the previous week and looking ahead to the coming week. The videos are recorded on Friday evening so – where needed – updates of actions taken over the weekend are added [read more…]


We’re Hiring! Water & Land Restoration Advocate

We are seeking a full-time exempt Water and Land Restoration Advocate to develop, coordinate, and implement public policy initiatives and advocacy strategies that advance New Mexico’s leadership to proactively address legacy mine waste, impacts of hard rock mining projects (current and proposed), groundwater and surface water contamination, watershed conservation, freshwater protection, statewide water allocation and [read more…]


The Energy Transition Act (ETA) – Myths & Facts

  The Energy Transition Act (ETA) is a keystone piece of climate and just transition legislation that was passed into law in 2019. Thanks to this policy, New Mexico has adopted a transformative clean energy standard calling for New Mexico to be 100% carbon neutral by 2045. The ETA will save rate-payers money, improve our [read more…]


Dogs of CVNM

The Dogs of CVNM 10 staff members, 15 dogs… Atalaya (Demis Foster) – Atalaya Burrito is a Blue Heeler mix who rescued her family at the Española Humane shelter. She is 5 years old and now lives with her pack in Santa Fe. She loves running through forests and rivers, rolling in the snow, and [read more…]


We’re Hiring: Business Administrator

  Title: Business Administrator / Conservation Voters New Mexico & CVNM Education Fund Status: Full time, Exempt Reports to: Deputy Director, Operations and Finance General Description Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) and CVNM Education Fund are a family of nonprofit organizations headquartered in Santa Fe, NM. Our vision is for New Mexicans to thrive in just, resilient [read more…]


Constitutional Amendment Ballot Initiative #1 – Reforming the Public Regulation Commission

  This November, with Constitutional Amendment Ballot Initiative #1, New Mexico voters will decide how we structure our state’s utility regulatory agency, called the Public Regulation Commission (PRC). The PRC regulates electric and gas utilities, among other industries. Most New Mexicans spend thousands of dollars every year heating, cooling and powering their homes and businesses. [read more…]


Voting in New Mexico

The General Election is on Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Visit the Secretary of State’s Voter Portal to find information on voter registration, county clerk offices, absentee and early voting, and polling location. This information is also available at your County Clerk’s office. Voter registration In New Mexico, you can still register at the county clerk and [read more…]