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Safety measures put in place to avoid serious nuclear accidents while handling radioactive materials were violated by workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory on two occasions in mid-August, … more
Three workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory were contaminated on the job last month when an accident released radioactive material into the air and sent it spreading through a wing of the lab's … more
If a group of public officials, volunteers and forest advocates has its way, a forest trail along the river between Questa and Red River could become … more
Here's a wrap up of recent environmental news, from methane to solar energy. more
The Lucky Corridor project is banking on the notion that the area's energy infrastructure desperately needs private investors and that climate policies, emerging technologies and financial markets are rapidly changing the mix of energy in the Western grid. more
During a solar eclipse, the moon maneuvers between Earth and the sun, throwing a band of shadow, the umbra, onto Earth's surface. For the lucky folks in the direct path of the eclipse -- the path of … more
Two abandoned uranium mines in the Carson National Forest that for decades posed threats to human and ecological health have been cleaned up. more
The annual Christmas Bird Count, one of the longest running citizen-scientist projects in the world, is about to be underway. more
The fate of the Río Grande del Norte National Monument here in Taos County is still unknown after U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke delivered a recommendation on 27 national monuments to … more
The management contractor for Los Alamos National Laboratory on Tuesday (Nov.28) named a new director it hopes will right the safety and operations issues that have plagued the weapons lab, … more
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