MISSION: Southwest Research and Information Center is a multi-cultural organization working to promote the health of people and communities, protect natural resources, ensure citizen participation, and secure environmental and social justice now and for future generations
Volume 3; Number 1 -- A Woman's Amazon Odyssey: Oil's Grip on Ecuador's Indigenous Peoples
In this issue: Petroleum and Ecuador's Indigenous People; Environmental Work in Russia; What Will Congress Do about Yucca Mountain?; Phelps Dodge Leaves a Legacy of Waste to New Mexico; Ranchers Battle with Gas Developers; Gas Well Adds Water to Navajo Reservoir; Book Reviews; More Money=Less Performance at WIPP
Volume 3; Number 2 -- Renewable Energy: Coming Soon?
In this issue: Renewable Energy FAQs; Congress Begins Action on Yucca Mountain; The Next Generation of Electricity Production in New Mexico; Stopping a Power Plant in Socorro County; Sliding Through the Side Door;Green Pricing Programs in NM; New Policy-Based Incentives: Defined; Environmental Education: Thinking Outside the Box; Book Reviews
Volume 3; Number 3 -- Government for the People?
In this issue: Navajo President Opposes Uranium ISL Mining; Neighborhood Callenges Medical Waste Facility; WIPP: SRIC goes to the Supreme Court; Congress Approves Yucca Mountain; Search for Oil & Gas Endangers Otero Mesa; State Requires Reclamation To Begin At Molycorp; Book Reviews
Volume 3; Number 4 -- The State of New Mexico's Water.... We've Got a Problem
In this issue: State of New Mexico's Water; Good Water Policy Staring Us in the Face; The Dirt on Conservation Districts; Taking Charge of Our Water Destiny; Mining the Sacred Water of Black Mesa; Protecting the Westwater Canyon; World Summit on Sustainable Development; Solutions for New Mexico; Independent Reviews; Book Reviews
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