New SWEC Report Proposes a Way to Save Rio Grande Fishes
The Rio Grande in Southern New Mexico has experienced the loss of up to two-thirds of its native fish species due to a century of dam-building, channel-straightening, and diversion of its flows for agriculture.
New SWEC Report Proposes Novel Approach to Restoring Native Rio Grande Fishes
SWEC has released a report detailing a novel conceptual approach to restoring the native fishes of the Rio Grande.
Hundreds of people attended the No Wall Town Hall in August.
The Year in Review
This year saw one assault after another on wildlife and environmental protections by the new administration and Congress. Here are some of the ways we at the Southwest Environmental Center fought back.Resisting the Border Wall
Javelina- Tayassu tajacu
Striped Skunk-Mephitis mephitis
March for Climate, Jobs, and Justice in Las Cruces, April 29
Over 300 marches are planned nationwide
Over one hundred thousand people have signed up to participate in the People's Climate Marches, happening in over 300 cities nationwide, from Miami to Anchorage and everywhere in between. Southern New Mexicans and West Texans can find their nearest march in Las Cruces, at an event hosted by the Southwest Environmental Center.
David Suzuki: Why We Must March for Science
Science isn't everything. But it is crucial to governing, decision-making, protecting human health and the environment and resolving questions and challenges around our existence.