Green Council Meeting

The next regular Green Council meeting is Saturday, July 8, 2023, 4:00 p. m. via Contact us for call-in/log-in information.

The Climate Emergency and Direct Action

Presentation by Dr. Bernadette Rodgers
Sunday, May 14, 2023, 6:00 p. m. MDT on Zoom

The climate crisis is a global emergency. Government action is beginning to turn things around, and yet the pace is still much too slow. Tonight Dr. Bernadette Rodgers will talk about the current state of the climate crisis, and what we can do. She’ll tell us about her own path to activism, the many ways to engage, what activists call the “Ladder of Engagement”, the rise of Scientist Rebellion (among others), and the surprising personal rewards of direct action. We are living in an all-hands-on-deck moment, so please join us on May 14th. Bernadette Rodgers is a PhD Astronomer who spent 12 years working at an International observatory in Chile before moving to Portland, Oregon and changing career paths to commit more time to climate activism. She currently teaches astronomy and natural science at Willamette University and Portland Community College, and volunteers with Scientist Rebellion and the Portland chapters of 350, Extinction Rebellion and Climate Reality, and serves on the board of the national youth organization SustainUS.
Meeting ID: 880 8334 2274
+1 669 900 9128 US

2023 GPNM Annual Convention

The 2023 GPNM Annual Convention and Meeting is Saturday, April 29, 2:00 p. m., in the Pick Room of the Main Library in Santa Fe at 145 Washington Avenue.  Officer elections, call for candidates, and an important discussion about ballot access.  Phone and video options available.  Please contact GPNM at or 505.226.7533 if you want to be an at-large (voting) delegate.  Spread the word!

Legislation Alert! Support HB 347 now.

Please contact members of the HGEIAC (Government, Elections, and Indian Affairs) right away and ask them to support HB 347. This bill states the petition signature requirements for candidates without regard to party affiliation. The numbers are fair and reasonable, e.g., 1000 for statewide office, 500 for congressional district, etc. A vote is expected Monday, February 20th. Please ask the legislators to VOTE FOR HB 347 to advance the bill.  Thank you.  Contact information is below.

Representative D. Wonda Johnson — 505-986-4433
Representative Natalie Figueroa — 505-986-4255
Representative Martin R. Zamora — 505-986-4211
Representative Janelle Anyanonu — 505-986-4464
Representative John Block — 505-986-4220
Representative Gail Chasey — 505-986-4777
Representative Dayan Hochman-Vigil — 505-986-4327
Representative Charlotte Little — 505-986-4254
Representative William “Bill” R. Rehm — 505-986-4214

Please note that a separate post will contain recommendations on other bills.