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Parting Gifts

Enviros brace for Bush’s last acts

Local News In a rush to further relax environmental rules and deregulate oversight, the Bush administration is pushing a number of rule changes to take effect before Inauguration Day: easing restrictions on power plants, ...

Tuesday, November 18, 2008 Laura Paskus

Red, Green or GMO?

Will the future of New Mexico’s chile include genetic engineering?

Features While the cultural importance of chile remains unshaken, the actual crop has seen better days. Between the shaky agricultural market and the influx of various diseases, commercial chile farmers say they are str...

Wednesday, October 15, 2008 Laura Paskus

Feel The Heat

Behind the headlines, scientists warn that climate change is already hitting New Mexico

Local News Few people on the planet are unaware of climate change—reducing one’s carbon footprint has practically become a fashion statement. But behind the headlines and slogans, scientists are tracking the i...

Wednesday, August 27, 2008 Laura Paskus

A Glimpse at the Future

Potential effects of climate change in New Mexico

Local News Potential effects of climate change in New Mexico as part of the August 27, 2008 cover story, "Feel the Heat"

Wednesday, August 27, 2008 Laura Paskus

Yellowcake Blues

Local News The Navajo Nation has learned a lesson about uranium–has anyone else?For almost eight years, Lopez and his brother-in-law, George Brown, crushed uranium ore, separating it into different grades, then mixi...

Wednesday, October 11, 2006 Laura Paskus
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