Charlotte Jusinski of the Santa Fe Reporter gives the Justice Bar a shout out on the SFReeper.com blog.
01/09/2009 • Back to top
Photo-Eye Gallery and The Galisteo Basin Photography Project present a benefit exhibition and print sale in support of the preservation of the Galisteo Basin. The mission of the Project, is to raise public awareness of what may be irretrievably lost if the Galisteo Basin is allowed to become an oil and gas production field. Find out more
Opening Friday, January 23rd, 2009 5-7pm. The exhibition continues through March 7th.
01/08/2009 • Back to top
New Energy Economy has petitioned the state Environmental Improvement Board (EIB) to adopt new regulations that would dramatically reduce global warming pollution over the next decade.
01/03/2009 • Back to top
The Law Center has filed a petition to the State Environmental Improvement Board (EIB) on behalf New Energy Economy, calling on the state of New Mexico to reduce greenhouse gases to 25% below 1990 emission levels by 2020; to help avert the most severe impacts of global warming.
The request for a hearing will be discussed at the January 5th meeting of the EIB. EIB Meeting info. This is a public meeting.
12/23/2008 • Back to top
SANTA FE, NM — The New Mexico Environmental Law Center introduces the Justice Bar this week, just in time for the holidays and perfect for stocking stuffers. The New Mexico Environmental Law Center is one of the oldest and most respected independent non-profit environmental groups in New Mexico.
These delicious chocolate bars will help protect the beautiful vistas and diverse communities of New Mexico because 100% of the net proceeds from Justice Bars go to the New Mexico Environmental Law Center, New Mexico’s only not-for-profit environmental justice law firm. The beautiful landscape photographs of New Mexico on the labels were donated by John Vavruska and remind chocolate lovers of what is at stake.
12/18/2008 • Back to top
Justice Bars reflect our commitment to communities, locally and globally. Our luscious organic dark chocolate is produced without pesticides using sustainable practices by farmers who are paid equitably for their cacao. Our red chile is from world-famous Chimayo, north of Santa Fe, and our pistachios are locally grown by Eagle Ranch Farms near Alamogordo.
Each bar is hand-crafted in small batches by dedicated artisans in Santa Fe. Our partner, Señor Murphy Candymaker, is the producer of the finest, most delicious candies in the Southwest for over 30 years. Our certified organic chocolate comes from Sweet Earth Organic Chocolates, who believe in a softer, kinder and more sustainable way of doing business that considers the needs of our planet and its people. Thank you both for your generous support and encouragement every step of the way.
Since 1987, the Law Center’s dedicated public-interest attorneys have provided free and low-cost legal assistance to concerned citizens throughout the state in order to protect our azure skies, precious waters, majestic landscapes and treasured cultures that make New Mexico such a wondrous place.
12/12/2008 • Back to top