CVNM Blog


We’re hiring: Administrative Associate

Title: Administrative Associate Status: Exempt Reports to: Deputy Director, Operations and Finance General Description:  Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) is a statewide, nonpartisan nonprofit committed to connecting the people of New Mexico to their political power to protect our air, land and water for a healthy Land of Enchantment. We do this by mobilizing voters, [read more…]


We’re hiring: Political Director

  Title: Political Director Status: Full-time, exempt Reports to: Deputy Director of Programs General Description: Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) is a statewide, nonpartisan nonprofit committed to connecting the people of New Mexico to their political power to protect our air, land and water for a healthy Land of Enchantment. We do this by mobilizing [read more…]


We’re hiring: Development Director

  Title: Development Director Status: Full-time, exempt Reports to: Executive Director General Description: Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) and CVNM Education Fund are a family of nonprofit organizations headquartered in Santa Fe, NM. our vision is for New Mexicans to thrive in just, resilient communities where our conservation and cultural values guide our decision-makers and [read more…]


We’re hiring: Climate and Energy Advocate

  Title: Climate & Energy Advocate Status: Full-Time, Exempt Reports to: CVNM Political and Legislative Director General Description: Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) and CVNM Education Fund are a family of nonprofit organizations headquartered in Santa Fe, NM. Our vision is for New Mexicans to thrive in just, resilient communities where our conservation and cultural [read more…]


We’re hiring: Communications Director

  Title: Communications Director Status: Full-time, exempt Reports to: Deputy Director of Programs General Description: Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) and CVNM Education Fund are a family of nonprofit organizations headquartered in Santa Fe, NM. Our vision is for New Mexicans to thrive in just, resilient communities where our conservation and cultural values guide our [read more…]


Tell PNM and EPE to support Community Solar

Utilities need to support making clean energy like solar more accessible for more New Mexican families. CVNM continues to advocate for Community Solar – but your utility needs to hear that you support it too. Send PNM and EPE a message now.» New Mexico’s largest electric providers need to support Community Solar They need to [read more…]


CVNM on methane rule

The Environment Department and Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department are hosting public meetings this week and next week as part of the methane rule-making process. We’re at the Albuquerque meeting and share below the public comment Ben Shelton, Conservation Voters New Mexico’s political and legislative director, will be sharing on behalf of our organization. [read more…]


Immigration is a right – cruelty is a choice

Asylum-seekers, refugees and immigrants are being detained and held under horrific and cruel conditions right here in New Mexico. These are families who are seeking a safer life for their children. First-hand reports from those on the ground working to help these families are disturbing. Twenty-five people have died in the custody of Customs and [read more…]


How the PRC can Hold PNM Accountable to Protect Our Health and Climate in their Coal Plant Replacement Power Plan

The Energy Transition Act (ETA) set a nation-leading carbon-free energy standard and put New Mexico on a path to directly address the climate crisis. The bill also establishes a pathway for an energy transition in the Four Corners area by providing relief to workers in San Juan County affected by the closure of coal plants. [read more…]


[Take Action] Tell Koch-funded agents that NM won’t be held back

The Energy Transition Act is being targeted by an out of state, Koch-funded political hitman. Tell them they’re out of touch and New Mexicans are ready for a clean energy future. Conservation Voters like you, and across the state, helped pass one of the most ambitious clean energy bills in the country. The Energy Transition [read more…]