Throughout U.S. history, industries that dump toxic waste into the air, water and soil get put in neighborhoods where low-income people of color live. Advocates from historic neighborhoods in Albuquerque are calling for a real chance to make changes to city zoning rules, because they say the city's planning process was racially biased and ignored their concerns in favor of developers.
New Mexico Commission Votes To Reconsider Stream Access Rule - Associated Press The New Mexico Game Commission has voted to reconsider a rule governing access to streams and rivers adjacent to private property.
KUNM is thrilled to join thousands of organizations across the globe participating in Giving Tuesday on December 3, 2019 - the largest giving day of the year! KUNM wants to improve our broadcast service and has set a goal to raise $15,000 in just 24 hours to replace the Studio Transmitter Link (STL).
The Children's Hour 11/23 Sat 9a: You're invited to join us for a live broadcast from the opening of the Jim Henson exhibit at the Albuquerque Museum in Old Town Albuquerque. The kids will interview Cheryl Henson, Jim’s daughter about growing up on Sesame Street. With live music from KUNM’s own Allison Davis and Friends, local puppeteer Loren Kahn, and you! Doors open at 8:30am at the Albuquerque Museum at 2000 Mountain Road NW in Old Town Albuquerque.
University Showcase 11/22 Friday 8a: Professor Harry Van Buren was looking for a new adventure when he took a two-year leave from the Anderson School of Management to teach at American University of Beirut . He got more than he bargained for when massive protests broke out six weeks into his arrival.
Public Health New Mexico
Areas with less vegetation tend to be hotter than places with more greenery. That’s according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, which also says folks can reduce high temperatures in their area by planting more trees.