Food & Water Watch www.foodandwaterwatch.org
Santa Fe Water Awareness Group waterawarenessgroup.wordpress.com
Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety www.nuclearactive.org
Organic Consumers Association www.organicconsumers.org
Nuclear Watch New Mexico www.nukewatch.org
Nuclear Watch New Mexico seeks to promote safety and environmental protection at regional nuclear facilities; mission diversification away from nuclear weapons programs; greater accountability and cleanup in the nation-wide nuclear weapons complex; and consistent U.S. leadership toward a world free of nuclear weapons.
Local Energy www.localenergy.org
Institute for Local Self-Reliance: www.ilsr.org
Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund www.celdf.org
Why the Best Way to Save Water Is to Use Less Energy (and Vise Versa) www.alternet.org
The LIght of New Mexico www.santa-fe-news.com
Green Fire Times www.greenfiretimes.com
New Mexico Acequia Association www.lasacequias.org
Split Estate www.splitestate.com
Craig Barnes (mediator, author of Democracy At The Crossroads, attorney, radio host) www.craigbarnes.com
TomDispatch.com: A Regular Antidote to the Mainstream Media www.tomdispatch.com
Think New Mexico www.thinknewmexico.org
The New Mexico Independent www.newmexicoindependent.com
Santa Fe Time Bank actionhub.timebanks.org
Amigos Bravos www.amigosbravos.org
Megafires: The New Normal In The Southwest www.npr.org/series/158936457/
11 Rivers Forced Underground From London to Vienna, Hartford to New York, these rivers were buried by developers, permanently changing the landscape… environment.nationalgeographic.com
Earth Treasure Vase www.earthtreasurevase.org
Generosity in Action – travelers helping in developing countries: Info@GenerosityInAction.org
State House Representative Brian Egolf in conversation with JOURNEYSantaFe…
Authors John Nichols (The Milagro Beanfield War, On Top of Spoon Mountain, and other books) and Taylor Streit ( Guide To Fly Fishing In New Mexico and Instinctive Fly Fishing) – will be with JourneySantaFe on January 20, 2013
LISTEN TO JOURNEY’S PROGRAMS on KSFR.org, click here for the podcasts or tune in every Sunday at 5 pm!
Author John Nichols’ (The Milagro Beanfield War) recommended reading list on the topic of water and drought in the southwest:
* 100 Years of Water Wars In New Mexico 1912-2012 by Catherine Ortega Klett (Sunstone Press)
* Reining in the Rio Grande – People, Land, and Water by Phillips, Hall & Black
* A Great Aridness: Climate Change and the Future of the American Southwest by William DuBuys
* The Rio Grande, A River Guide to the Geology and Landscapes of Northern New Mexico by Paul Bauer.
The books can be ordered at Collected Works Bookstore at 202 Galisteo St.
Watch Rep. Brian Egolf at JourneySantaFe on 10/14/12:
The US is the ‘Most Dangerous Climate Criminal in the World’
Dr. James Hansen and Editor Subhankar Banerjee did an event on climate change and environmental justice as part of the Lannan Foundation In Pursuit of Cultural Freedom series in Santa Fe. After Jim gave his talk, they engaged in a conversation.
» Click here to watch the video posted by Common Dreams:
This Is Not A Drouht by Jerry Ortiz y Pino
Los Alamos Nuclear Lab under Siege from Wildfire (Associated Press, June 29, 2011)
Author and UN Ambassador Sichan Siv Shares Journey from Cambodia to the U.S. (Leah DuMouchel for AnnArbor.com, Mar. 24, 2011)
Still Wild and Free, New Mexico’s Gila River is Again Under Threat (National Geographic, October 23, 2011)
How “Drill, Baby, Drill” and “Yes We Can” Got Married
By Subhankar Banerjee, March 2, 2012
Arctic Ocean drilling: Shell launches preemptive legal strike” is the title of a recent Los Angeles Times article. Shell’s legal attack is against REDOIL—a small indigenous human rights organization in Alaska and 12 environmental organizations fighting to stop dangerous drilling in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas in Arctic Alaska—Alaska Wilderness League, Center for Biological Diversity, Defenders of Wildlife, Greenpeace, National Audubon Society, Natural Resources Defense Council, Northern Alaska Environmental Center, Ocean Conservancy, Oceana, Pacific Environment, Sierra Club, and The Wilderness Society. This is historic.
Grace Lee Boggs: ‘We Need to Grow Our Souls’
Grace Lee Boggs: “We need to find that balance of life that respects each other, that thinks that the most important thing at this time on the clock of the world is not our accumulation of things, is not economic growth which threatens and imperils all life on this planet including ourselves, that the time has come to grow our souls…”
At an event to celebrate the work of Grace Lee Boggs, the long-time activist says that “we need to grow our souls” and emphasizes that the “secret to visionary organizing” is “a combination of philosophy and activism.”