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News Release | Environment America

EPA’s proposed lead rule fails to ensure safe drinking water

Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its long-awaited proposal to update to the federal Lead and Copper Rule. As proposed, EPA’s long-awaited update to the Lead and Copper Rule falls far short of the decisive action needed to “get the lead out” of our drinking water. And in a few critical provisions, the proposed rule could even take us backwards.  

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News Release | Environment New Mexico Research & Policy Center

New study shows a decade of progress positions New Mexico to take clean energy to the next level

Since 2009, New Mexico has 388 times the amount of electricity it gets from the sun, and four times as much wind power production, according to a new report released today by Environment New Mexico Research & Policy Center.

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News Release | Environment New Mexico

New Mexico House of Representatives approves landmark legislation to tackle climate change

A groundbreaking renewable energy bill heads to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s desk.

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News Release | Environment New Mexico Research and Policy Center

New report highlights how toxic “accidents waiting to happen” threaten U.S. waterways

Facilities storing billions of gallons of toxic waste threaten America’s rivers and millions of people who live near them, according to a new report from the Environment New Mexico Research & Policy Center, NMPIRG Education Fund and the Frontier Group.

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News Release | Environment New Mexico Research & Policy Center

100% Renewable UNM Delivers 1500 Petitions, ‘Renewables 101’ Toolkit to President’s Office

On Wednesday, UNM faculty, student government representatives, and student group leaders joined Environment New Mexico, the statewide citizen-based environmental advocacy organization, to celebrate a milestone of on-campus support for making UNM the next campus to commit to going 100 percent renewable by 2050.

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