ClimateKeys: The Power of Art and Conversation with Alexander Schwarzkopf and John Barney

George Marshall, the British environmental campaigner and climate communications specialist, believes that “the single most powerful thing an individual can do about climate change is to talk about it”. But how we communicate is also important – especially when scientific facts alone are difficult to imagine. According to recent polls, over 61% of U.S. Americans […]

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ClimateKeys Comes to Abq

ClimateKeys pianists around the world are pairing with artists and climate experts to increase and stimulate conversations about climate change. Chatter’s Las Puertas location will host the Albuquerque concert which features: Alexander Schwarzkopf, Composer and Pianist, John Barney, Poet and Artist, Reese Baker, event speaker, and Mark LaClaire, farmer, climate advocate, and the event’s conversation […]

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New Mexico Climate Change Conference

Sponsored by Citizens’ Climate Education (Citizens’ Climate Lobby), the New Mexico Conference will be held in 4 locations: Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Las Cruces, and Taos  – this Saturday, October 28th, from 8:30am to 5:00pm. Additional conference details and ticket info here. Visit CCL’s Facebook Page for conference updates.

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Fracking Town Hall – September 9th!

FRACKING TOWN HALL   A COMPREHENSIVE LOOK AT FRACKING IN ABQ   The fracking industry is booming in New Mexico and its sights are set on the Albuquerque Basin. Join We Are One River for a community conversation on the risks of expanding our addiction to fossil fuels. Get Educated – Get Empowered – Protect […]

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No one is really monitoring, no one is refereeing, no one is blowing the whistle – so it falls on us.

Daniel Tso is a community leader, activist, and former Council member (1986-1995) from the Navajo Nation. He currently serves his community on multiple fronts – including his staunch advocacy for anti-fracking campaigns in New Mexico. Daniel holds a degree in Agricultural Science from New Mexico State University and is a gifted map-maker, documenting the encroachment […]

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Symposium on Fracking at The Santa Fe Art Institute

NMSP and SFAI recently hosted an informative and inspiring discussion about the threats New Mexico faces due to fracking. The event, organized & moderated by New Mexico Story Power (Asha Canalos, Delaney Pearson & Maya Rommwatt), included a panel of very special guests: Eleanor Bravo, Food & Water Watch; Mike Eisenfeld, San Juan Citizens Alliance; […]

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