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The Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, From the Inside

Our Future

Wednesday, February 3, 7:00 p.m.
Mesa Public Library, Los Alamos
Upstairs Meeting Rooms

Chapter Conservation Chair Ken Hughes will report on the activities and outcome of the UN sponsored Copenhagen Climate Change Conference. Our Chapter supported Ken to join the national Sierra Club’s communications team at the conference where Ken took pictures and taped interviews. Come learn, ask questions, and help mobilize our “best path forward.” (Visit http://newmexico.sierraclub.org for information and tweeted updates.)

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Santa Fe Renewable Energy Expo

Solar Roof Top

Saturday, February 20, 9am-noon
Santa Fe Convention Center

Learn about solar energy for the home. Visit with local solar energy providers. Get an update on all of the financial information.

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See Copper Canyon w/Sierra Club @ Travel Bug

Copper Canyon

Saturday February 20, 5:00-6:30pm
Travel Bug in Santa Fe
by Rochelle Gerratt - Sierra Club International Trip Leader

Rochelle Gerratt is leading a Sierra Club National Outings trip to Copper Canyon, Mexico from November 7 to 19, 2010. Join her in this slide show of the scenic wonders of Copper Canyon in the Sierra Madre.

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Thirsty NM and the Impact of Climate Change on Western Water Resources ( in Los Alamos)

Lake Katherine

Tuesday, Feb. 23, 7:00 p.m.
Fuller Lodge, 2132 Central Avenue, Los Alamos

Joint Sierra Club, League of Women Voters, and PEEC Presentation: Thirsty NM and the Impact of Climate Change on Western Water Resources.

How important is global warming? Is it an urgent problem? Dr. David Gutzler, Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences at UNM, will show his climate modeling and what environmental impacts – according to the models – are already committed.

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The Outstanding Natural Resource Water Designation (in LC)

East Fork of the Jemez River

7pm February 25
Southwest Environmental Center, 275 Downtown Mall, Las Cruces

The Southern Group is sponsoring Wild Earth Guardians' Bryan Bird in a presentation concerning The Outstanding Natural Resource Water Designation. A coffee hour will follow the presentation.

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Outstanding Natural Resource Water Designation (inTorC)

Pecos Falls

6:30pm February 26
Episcopal Church of St. Paul,407 Cedar St., Truth or Consequences.

The Southern Group is sponsoring Wild Earth Guardians' Bryan Bird in a presentation concerning The Outstanding Natural Resource Water Designation. A coffee hour will follow the presentation.

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Show Your Support for Limits on Carbon Emissions (in SF)

10am-5pm March 1
Willie Ortiz Building, 2600 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM

New Energy Economy, Sierra Club and 15 other groups have petitioned the State’s Environmental Improvement Board (EIB) to set a science-based cap on carbon emissions in New Mexico and we would like to hear from you at the public hearings scheduled on March 1. Your presence at these hearings is important as it shows the board that strong support exists for these limits. To send a letter, see http://nmsierraclub.org/letters-to-eib/

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Winners of the Pajarito Group's Environmental Awards

Our Future

Wednesday, March 3, 7:00pm
Mesa Public Library, Los Alamos
Upstairs Meeting Rooms

The most popular Pajarito Group presentation of the year happens this night as the elementary school, middle school, and high school winners of the Pajarito Group Environment Awards present their posters.

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Santa Fe Master Gardener - Garden Fair

Farmers Market

10am-4pm, Saturday April 24
Santa Fe County Extension Building,
3229 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe

The Garden Fair is a free event that brings together local garden societies, gardening experts and garden vendors. All these local gardening resources “under one roof” to educate and inspire – from the novice to the experienced Santa Fe gardener - the only Fair of its kind in Santa Fe! The Sierra Club will have an exhibit.

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