Who’s financing the campaign for New Mexico attorney general?
Lindsay Fendt got her start covering the environment as a reporter for The Tico Times in San José, Costa Rica. She covered human rights, immigration and the environment throughout Latin America before moving to Colorado in 2017 for the Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado. Before joining Searchlight Lindsay worked as a freelancer and is finishing a book about the global rise of murders of environmentalists.
ExxonMobil lobbyist joins NM Game Commission
Deanna Archuleta’s appointment raises alarm among conservationists
Oil boom feeds NM budget, but environmental agencies left wanting
Lawmakers decline to give needed funds for regulating oil and gas pollution
Water shortages and climate change: a conversation with the governor
Searchlight New Mexico sits down with Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham to discuss the state’s mounting water crisis.
State interests collide over dwindling supplies
When the well runs dry
Nobody knows how much water New Mexico has. Finding out is the best way to ensure survival against drought and climate change.
The Hydrogen Hub Act hopes to help New Mexico solve its reliance on fossil fuels. But is hydrogen just another dirty energy option?
Energy giants Iberdrola and Avangrid accused of bid-rigging, racketeering
Lawsuit adds new controversy to proposed utility merger in New Mexico
The Energy Transition Act was supposed to get New Mexico away from coal, but PNM is using it to line its pockets.
The head of Santa Fe nonprofit New Energy Economy wants New Mexico to control its own utilities. So why don’t other nonprofits have her back?