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Dennis McQuillan

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Here are a couple links and recent executive direction,

https://www.usda.gov/sites/default/files/documents/GHG_Mitigation_Options.pdf

https://www.usda.gov/oce/energy-and-environment/climate/mitigation

https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2021/11/0…

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It is great to see religious leaders participating in actions to protect our environment. Joan, please do not be discouraged by malicious attacks against your faith and against your participation in EPA’s hearing on proposed methane rules. While agriculture is responsible for 36% of metha…

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If you want to meet some of the nicest people in a community, then seek out the local folk musicians and dancers. The Odd Fellows Hall has a multi-generational history of local musicians playing happy, pretty music for “cavorting, clapping, laughing and swinging” dancers. We are patiently…

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I hope you were wearing an exemplary bolo tie, Mike, when you were honored as an exemplary citizen.

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Designation of a Bow Tie Day is unconscionable, and possibly illegal, because Section 12-3-4 of New Mexico state law already provides that, “The bolo tie is adopted as the official tie of New Mexico.” For decades, inexplicably, New Mexico did not have an official state tie. Finally, in 20…

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It is entirely appropriate for religious leaders to advocate for peace and disarmament as the human race struggles to evolve from its barbaric ancestry. The killing, suffering, destruction of infrastructure, waste of human intellect, and unsustainable squandering of natural resources must…

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Khal, look at Figure 3 on the link I provided. It shows significant temperature increase in Colorado since 1901 as well. Warming climate + drought + wind = high risk for wildfire.

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Actually, the data show significant warming of average temperature in NM since 1901. https://www.epa.gov/climate-indicators/climate-change-indicators-us-and-global-temperature

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DOE has a four-decade history of breaking commitments to the State of New Mexico, failing to address safety issues, disregarding local concerns, and acting without public transparency on both LANL cleanup and WIPP. DOE’s continuing bad faith in these matters is evident in NMED’s December …

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As people in Texas found out last February, the consequences of dodging government regulations and relying on free-market competition for energy supply can lead to disaster. There is an urgent need in the U.S. for better cooperation between legislators, government regulatory agencies, the…

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