New Mexico is at an energy crossroads, and all signs point in one direction-New Mexico must forge ahead and become a leader in clean, renewable energy. We have some of the nation’s best wind energy resources, and 300 sunny days in many parts of the state. As the US reneges on its climate commitments, foreign countries and other states are seizing the opportunity to reduce carbon emissions and build the clean energy economies of the future. New Mexico must do the same.

Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham’s campaign a plan to create jobs and generate revenue for schools through methane mitigation by implementing a statewide methane rule that would cut waste and pollution at both new and existing oil and gas wells while creating jobs and generating revenue for schools.

Gubernatorial candidate Michelle Lujan Grisham released her Jumpstart New Mexico plan — the first pillar of her three-part plan to create jobs now and for the future.

Gubernatorial candidate Michelle Lujan Grisham announced a four-step roadmap for New Mexico’s 21st century economy, Build New Mexico, which is the second pillar of her three part plan to create jobs now and for the future. Earlier in the month, Lujan Grisham unveiled her Jumpstart New Mexico plan that highlighted 10 ways to create jobs now and immediately boost the state’s economy.