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We continue to call on Governor Lujan Grisham and our lawmakers to meet our demands and declare a climate emergency & make serious moves on climate!
YUCCA LEADS RALLY & SIT-IN OPPOSING HYDROGEN & NUCLEAR
Thank you to all that helped rally outside the Capitol, and joined in on our sit-in at the Governor's Office on Thursday, Feb 23 as we demonstrated our strong opposition to bills that will continue to cause irreparable harm to New Mexico communities. There is still much to do as we continue to fight against extractive legislation.
Over 100 Youth Climate Justice Activists & Supporters
Stage Die-In on Opening Day of the 2023 NM Legislative SessionOver YUCCA stage a 'die-in’ in the rotunda inside the Nm Capitol on the first day of the legislative session, Tuesday, January 17th. YUCCA is demanding lawmakers' take immediate action this session to address climate change and protect their future.
Youth leaders are demanding an end to the state’s practice of chasing short-term profits at the expense of long-term climate stability. The group is demanding investment in a Just Transition Fund, and carbon emissions reduction standards bills this session as well as other bills to protect the environment and advance renewable energy this session.
YUCCA YOUTH BLOCK TRAFFIC & ENTRANCE TO
THE OIL & GAS ASSOCIATION’S ANNUAL MEETING
Over fifty youth from around the state took the day off of school today to protest the annual New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA) gathering. Organized by YUCCA, young Indigenous, POC, and allied youth and adults marched and rallied during the opening session of the annual NMOGA Meeting to demand an end to oil and gas extraction and exploitation that puts fossil fuel profits over the health, safety, and futures of New Mexicans. Speakers from YUCCA, Pueblo Action Alliance, and K’owa Collective were joined by Indigenous Water Protectors who traveled from Diné Nation for the action.
The protesters blocked traffic and blocked the entrance of the hotel - calling for corporate accountability for the ways in which oil and gas has burned New Mexico - literally and figuratively.