Rob DeWalt of the Santa Fe New Mexican gives Justice Bars the cover story in today’s Taste Section!
"If we were going to do this, the final product had to reflect the sense of community and environmental stewardship that the law center has promoted and protected for more than two decades." Sebia Hawkins, Director of Development. Read the Full Article
“Eric Jantz, staff attorney with the New Mexico Environmental Law Center, says a provision that could guarantee up to $50 billion in loans for construction of new nuclear power plants has worked its way into the Senate version of the federal economic recovery package. He worries that could lead to a resurgence of the uranium mining and milling industry that has had such a checkered history in New Mexico.”
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Executive Director Douglas Meiklejohn and Staff Attorney Eric Jantz are interviewed by the Santa Fe Radio Cafe covering legislative topics with which the Law Center will be involved. Listen to the Interview
“KUNM’s Jim Williams reports from Santa Fe, one prominent environmental advocate who sat on the governor’s panel is now pushing a more ambitious proposal of his own.” Listen to interview with John Fogarty of New Energy Economy and staff attorney Bruce Frederick.
Charlotte Jusinski of the Santa Fe Reporter gives the Justice Bar a shout out on the SFReeper.com blog.
Dec 8, 2008 - KUNM’s Jim Williams spoke to Law Center attorney Eric Jantz about the ordinance. Santa Fe County Commissioners will vote Tuesday on a new ordinance guiding how future oil and gas drilling will take place in the county. The changes are part of a response to a plan to drill on tens of thousands of acres in the Galisteo Basin.
Nov 15, 2008 - by Eric Jantz - Mike Bowen’s Nov. 7 commentary, “Uranium mining study is based on wrong data,” is inaccurate and misleading in three important ways.
First, the Arrowhead report that Mr. Bowen touts as nonbiased is actually based on assumptions provided by the Uranium Producers of New Mexico. The authors of that study have publicly conceded that they did not question the assumptions they were given.