CVNM statement on the Trump administration’s decision to end DACA

Following the Trump Administration’s announcement to rollback the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, Demis Foster, Executive Director of the Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) family of organizations, released the following statement:

“CVNM stands in support of New Mexico’s immigrant communities and families, and the many volunteers and supporters of our organization that are themselves DREAMers and DACA recipients.” Read the full statement here.


Tell Sec. Zinke: Make National Monuments Report Public Now!

Last week, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke sent a report to Trump about his sham “review” of 27 national monuments across the country. So far, the reports contents are secret. If Sec. Zinke is truly interested in the concerns of the people, he should release the full report to the public. Call on Sec. Zinke to make the report public. 


Conservation Voters New Mexico Statement on Potential Changes to New Mexico’s National Monuments

Santa Fe, N.M. – Today, Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke sent a report to the White House “which included his findings and recommendations on national monuments that were under review.” The report summary included no details of what those recommendations were. The full report must be made public immediately. Read the rest of our statement here.


Our statement regarding events in Charlottesville, VA

The Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) family of organizations and programs, released the following statement regarding the events in Charlottesville. The CVNM family of organizations includes Conservation Voters New Mexico and Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund (CVNMEF) and its dedicated organizing programs that work with communities directly impacted by pollution, many of which are communities of color. Read it here.


CVNM’s 2015-2016 Conservation Scorecard

Did your legislators vote to give more tax breaks to oil and gas? Did they protect your right to vote? Did they support more renewable energy? Find out how your legislators are voting on issues impacting your air, land, water and health in our 2015-2016 Conservation Scorecard!