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POWER: Navajo President supports a New Mexico Plan to install a less expensive emission controls

Aug. 14 | By: NP staff NENAHNEZA – Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly threw his support behind a New Mexico plan, that would install less expensive emissions controls on San Juan Generating Station. President Shelly said he supports the plan that the state of New Mexico proposed in response to the Clean Air Act’s Regional Haze Rule. The U.S. EPA More...

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By Editor On Friday, August 10th, 2012

JAWS: BioPark gets new Sharks

Sand tiger explores its new home at the ABQ BioPark Aquarium. Photo by Natalie Sommer/ABQ BioPark. ALBUQUERQUE, NM–Three new sand tigers, two males and one female, are now swimming in the ABQ BioPark Aquarium’s More...

By Editor On Thursday, July 26th, 2012

New Mexico plans to work with stakeholders to identify viable alternatives for the Environment

July 26 FARMINGTON - Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency Executive Director Stephen Etsitty and Navajo Nation Attorney General Harrison Tsosie provided public comment at the New Mexico Environment Department More...

By Editor On Monday, July 9th, 2012
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Navajo Big Energy launches

By: NP Staff | The Navajo Post Navajo Owned Renewable Energy Business Launches on the Navajo Nation   WINDOW ROCK – Big Navajo Energy, a Utah based renewable energy company announces it is a Navajo owned More...

By Editor On Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

What would Climate Change policy look like on the Navajo Nation?

By: Len Necerfer, Ph.D. Contributor Columnist | The Navajo Post | May 30 The environment for developing climate change policy has not been particularly favorable in the United States. On an international scale climate More...

By Editor On Monday, May 21st, 2012

Could Environmental groups be preparing for a massive protest?

By: NP staff | The Navajo Post | May 21  Will this be another McDonald riot? April 5, Tuba City Navajo officials are surrounded by angry Protesters. Window Rock, AZ – On April 5,, it was a day that divided the More...

By Editor On Friday, May 4th, 2012

Nuclear Waste leaves Sandia Labs, Gov. praises effort

Weekly Edition | May 4 | By: NP staff Albuquerque, NM – Sandia National Laboratories to mark the final scheduled shipment of transuranic legacy (TRU) waste off the Sandia Site, Gov. Martinez praises the effort. “This More...

By Editor On Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

NM beefs up discussion on Natural Gas

Weekly Edition | April 2 | By: NP-staff Santa Fe, NM — Natural gas becomes a topic of interest for New Mexico and has the third richest natural gas reserves in the United States. The two main natural gas-producing More...

By Editor On Thursday, April 26th, 2012

AZ Dems block ‘postcard’s decree’ that would allow Nuclear Waste in Northern Arizona

Weekly Edition | April 26th | By: Editor Phoenix, AZ –Rep. Tom Chabin, D-Flagstaff (District 2), and House Democrats all opposed a request to the federal government from the Arizona State Legislature to subsidize More...

By Editor On Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

President Shelly provides ‘FAQ’s Sheet’ on the Water Issue

Weekly Edition | April 17th | By: NP-staff   President Shelly-Tuba City April 5th/Navajo Post file photo Window Rock, Ariz.- On April 5th in Tuba City, Navajo President was met with stark opposition from extreme More...