Monthly Archives: August 2015

Earth Matters /
Norm Gaume on AWSA, ISC at IWNRC

In this weeks installment of Earth Matters, Allyson Siwik interviews Norm Gaume – former Executive Director of the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission. The New Mexico legislature’s IWNRC / Interim Water and Natural Resources Committee convened in Silver City on … Continue reading

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Norm Gaume on AWSA, ISC at IWNRC

Civil Discourse / WNMU Forum
Nuclear New Mexico – Past & Future

Nuclear New Mexico – Past & Future is in production.  Additional info will be posted upon completion. In observance of the 70th Anniversaries of the 1st detonation of a nuclear weapon at the Trinity Site in the Tularosa Basin of … Continue reading

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Nuclear New Mexico – Past & Future

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Nuclear New Mexico: The Quest for Peace and Justice
w/ Tina Cordova, David Culp & Paul Magno

New Mexico’s central role in the history, current situation, and future of America’s nuclear weapons development and production gives the people of New Mexico special responsibilities and opportunities in the quest for peace and justice.  New Mexicans also bear exceptional … Continue reading

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Nuclear New Mexico: The Quest for Peace and Justice
w/ Tina Cordova, David Culp & Paul Magno

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Mary Katherine Ray on NM Game & Fish – Bear & Cougar Rule

Donna Stevens – Executive Director of UGWA / Upper Gila Watershed Alliance – hosts this week’s installment of Earth Matters.  Her guest is Mary Katherine Ray – Wildlife Chair of the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club (http://riograndesierraclub NULL.org/) … Continue reading

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Mary Katherine Ray on NM Game & Fish – Bear & Cougar Rule

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Nuclear New Mexico – Past & Future – WNMU Forum

In observance of the 70th Anniversaries of the 1st detonation of a nuclear weapon at the Trinity Site in the Tularosa Basin of New Mexico and the US nuclear attacks upon Hiroshima and Nakagaski, GMCR & KURU are presenting several … Continue reading

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Nuclear New Mexico – Past & Future – WNMU Forum

Civil Discourse /
Nuclear New Mexico: The Quest for Peace and Justice

New Mexico’s central role in the history, current situation, and future of America’s nuclear weapons development and production gives the people of New Mexico special responsibilities and opportunities in the quest for peace and justice. New Mexicans also bear exceptional … Continue reading

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Nuclear New Mexico: The Quest for Peace and Justice

Earth Matters / PRC Commissioner Sandy Jones

Earth Matters co-producer and Gila Resources Information Project director Allyson Siwik talks to Sandy Jones, District 5 commissioner with the Public Regulation Commission (PRC). The PRC regulates the utilities, telecommunications, and motor carrier industries in the state to ensure fair … Continue reading

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Civil Discourse / Pathways To A Nuclear-Free Future

Nuclear weapons, nuclear materials, and nuclear wastes pose extreme risks to humanity and Planet Earth. On August 13, 2015 Civil Discourse host Jamie Newton explored the implications of military and nonmilitary applications of nuclear technology, and the prospects of progress … Continue reading

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Jay Coghlan & Tina Cordova on NM Nuclear Legacy

The Legacy of the US Nuclear Weapons Program in New Mexico with Jay Coghlan / Nuclear Watch New Mexico and Tina Cordova / Tularosa Basin Downwinders Consortium On July 16, 1945, the United States detonated the first atom bomb at … Continue reading

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Jay Coghlan & Tina Cordova on NM Nuclear Legacy