New Mexico locales pass more anti-abortion ordinances than other states
43 Views Despite abortion in New Mexico remaining legal and recent legislation to further protect care, municipalities and counties have passed more anti-abortion ordinances than other states.
New report says newly naturalized citizens in New Mexico galvanized to vote
174 Views A new report found that 15,064 newly naturalized citizens live in New Mexico and that they have the potential to impact elections in the state.
State climatologist: Communities need to prepare for climate change
207 Views Local communities need to prepare for the impacts of climate change, New Mexico State Climatologist David DuBois said during the Four Corners Air Quality Group meeting Wednesday in Farmington.
LANL team looks at how wildfire soot absorbs sunlight, contributes to climate change
289 Views As wildfires char land in the western United States, they are not only destroying property and threatening water supplies. They’re also producing black carbon, or soot, which contributes to climate change. Scientists have known for a while that black carbon, or soot, from wildfires absorbs sunlight and heats the atmosphere. But to what degree […]