April 21, 2021     6:30pm

Free Event

SFCT is planning another chat in April, 2021 to discuss issues surrounding dark skies and responsible lighting. Stay tuned for the date and registration link!

 

Past SFCT Online Chats:

 

Link to Video Recording Coming Soon!

March 31, 2021

Join these two outspoken NM conservation advocates, activists, and change-makers as they discuss answers to the questions below and to your questions as well!

  • We are facing a global extinction crisis. How are humans impacting this loss and what will humankind lose if it continues?
  • Specifically, what is the toll on native wildlife due to climate change, human behavior, and loss of habitat?
  • How do we ensure outdoor equity and create a new generation of conservationists to protect the web of life we know as nature?

What is rewilding, how does it fit in the global 30 x 30 initiative, and how important are local conservation efforts to the bigger picture?

Laura Paskus & Bill deBuys

DECEMBER 9, 2020   ∙   6:30PM

See full recording below:

We are proud to bring together two distinguished environmental writers for an online and up-front conversation about what climate change really means in New Mexico – one of the fastest warming states in the country!  Stories about places we know and love. What is happening in nature, on our local lands and in our state, and what is not happening to counteract the impact and why.

Laura Paskus, whose new book, At the Precipice: New Mexico’s Changing Climate, was just published by UNM Press.  Leading the discussion will be Bill deBuys, author of A Great Aridness, Climate Change and the Future of the Southwest.  Bill was one of the founders of SFCT!