The Southwest recently experienced the worst drought in its history. In fact, California recently implemented water restrictions for its residents. What can New Mexico do to avoid this? And how can we ensure that our unique systems and relationships to
There is a small farming town about 30 miles south of Albuquerque called Tomé. I was raised there. My house sits on dry land, just a few feet away from the easternmost ditch that carries water from the Rio Grande.
Generation Justice hears about the University of New Mexico’s Sustainability Program and Earth Day. Sustainability Studies students talk with us about a more sustainable campus for UNM as well as waste management and environmental degradation. We also hear from Arturo
Rumbling down Central, alongside the blossoming trees, come two red tractors. As they pass, you can read “El Agua es la Vida” on bright blue posters. Their machines sputter, leading the chants of 200 voices: “El Agua es la Vida.”
We explored what’s in the future for Albuquerque, whether it’s the decision over the Santolina Master Plan, the upcoming events in honor of César Chávez, or what’s happening in our New Mexico State Legislature. We were joined by Virginia Necochea
Love is a verb, it’s an action! At GJ, love is one of our core values. We believe in the transformative power of love. And, this Sunday, we bring you our best segments of 2014 that focused on Love. This
“Think about generations yet to come” By Pauly Denetclaw and Christina Rodriguez ALBUQUERQUE N.M. — The trail to the top was steep and lined with hundreds of black volcanic rocks. There was a slight breeze but it offered little relief
How could mainstream news outlets fail to cover history’s largest climate march? In fact, according to a Media Matters study, the Sunday shows on NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox spent only a combined 27 minutes on the topic of climate
Eisenhower Fellow Mohammed Arifur Rahman joins Generation Justice Youth Producers to talk about the founding of Youth Power in Social Action (YPSA) in Bangladesh.