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Hot and Dry Podcast
36 minutes | Oct 29, 2021
Here are links to Bill's Trilogy (in reverse order)The Trail to KanjirobaThe Last UnicornA Great Aridness
30 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
"The land is the people, the people are the land"
Here is a link the to the report that Page mentions:Summary of 2021 IPCC ReportIf you're interested in the work that NM Forestry Division is doing check out: https://www.emnrd.nm.gov/sfd/
31 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
Water Back & the Pueblo Action Alliance
Julia Bernal, Pueblo Action Alliance: https://www.puebloactionalliance.org/meet-our-team Water Back campaign: https://www.puebloactionalliance.org/water-back
25 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
The Hot & Dry Part Of It
27 minutes | Jun 24, 2021
Laura Paskus - The River is Not Alright
Laura's book - At the Precipice: New Mexico's Changing Climate available from UNM PressLaura on Twitter:@LauraPaskusDrop us a line at: firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter: @hotdrypod
31 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
Big Fights & Little Wins
In this episode of Hot & Dry, we talk about local solutions to global issues with Las Cruces City Council member, Gabe Vasquez. Joined by a charm of finches, we talk to Gabe about his reason for running for council, his big ideas for the Rio Bravo, and what post-council life looks like for him. Join us.
28 minutes | May 27, 2021
Nina Elder & paradox pies
Learn more about Nina and see more of her work HERE.Nina mentions THIS project by Tewa Women United, and it's more than worthy of your time and attention.Nina also mentions Chip Thomas. Discover his incredible work HERE.
21 minutes | May 12, 2021
Melanie for Congress
New co-host Page Buono joins Hot and DryMore info on Melanie StansburyNM Voter information check if you're registered and VOTE!ps. apologies for the slight audio issues in this episode, working with new equipment and still recording remotely.photo: courtesy of Melanie for NM
68 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
Fire in the West 2020
Cally and Collin talk to folks impacted by the fires in CA, OR, and WA. We chat with a climate scientist to understand the influence of warmer temperatures on the fire. Episode Art Credit: Photo by MILKOVÍ on Unsplash
37 minutes | Sep 11, 2020
We recorded this podcast before the devastating fires exploded on the west coast. When we say living with fire, we do not mean living with the kind of fire we saw this week. Our thoughts are with everyone whose lost homes, favorite places or god forbid loved ones. As we live through these fires, I hope we can look towards a future where we have a more balanced relationship with fire. We've changed the name of the episode to good fire to reflect that there are (at least) two kinds of fire.The Nature Conservancy's Training Exchange Program
30 minutes | Aug 19, 2020
Let's Talk WUI
The WUI or wildland urban interface is a complex ecological and social geography that has made the news in recent years with massive fires in California. Some have called for more restrictions in building as a solution to WUI issues. In this episode we explore lessons we can learn from our neighbors, past and present, that may lead to other solutions. episode art: Tom (center) and his neighbors discussing WUI actions to reduce fire risk, credit C. Haffey
32 minutes | Jul 28, 2020
Watersheds and Water Funds
Cally and Collin talk about watershed restoration and how to pay for it with two experts from New Mexico. episode art credit: Lenya Quinn-Davidson norcalrxfirecouncil.org
31 minutes | Jul 7, 2020
Discussion on extreme fire. how can we prepare for it? How might it change in the future? How does experience play into the definition of and preparation for extreme fire?Episode art: Kari Greer NIFC
28 minutes | Jun 25, 2020
After the “Big One” part 2
Following a catastrophic fire like the 2011 Las Conchas Fire, watersheds are at risk of massive amounts of flooding and erosion. Episode art: Frijoles Canyon 2011, credit: C. Haffey.
29 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
After the “Big One” part 1
Episode Art: Las Conchas Start - Dale Coker, National Park Service
28 minutes | May 26, 2020
Wildfire and COVID19 Response
Hot & Dry Season 2 is produced with support from the Southwest Fire Science ConsortiumEpisode art photo credit: Rio Grande Returning Heros Program, Lumberton Fire 5/10/2020
30 minutes | Mar 22, 2019
The 2019 legislative session is a wrap!
What did the New Mexico legislature accomplish on climate in 2019? And what's next?
40 minutes | Mar 12, 2019
What's up with our water supply? With Laura Paskus.
In this week's episode, we sit down with journalist Laura Paskus to celebrate the snowpack, bemoan the dry, dry ground it will melt into this spring, and consider how freaked out we should be about our too-close-to-empty reservoirs.
27 minutes | Feb 28, 2019
Mo' Methane, Mo' Money
New Mexico's leaders want to stop burnin' up money by wasting methane in the oil fields. Reducing methane waste is good for the climate too. Plus, Michael Cohen jokes!
31 minutes | Feb 21, 2019
Episode 3: The Energy Transition Act of 2019
This week we break down The Energy Transition Act, which would make New Mexico a national leader in renewable energy and shut down the San Juan Generating Station.
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