4 States, 8 Milestones: A Look Back at 2017 for our Clean Energy Program

| by Joan Clayburgh

Those of us who care about clean air, expanding clean energy, and addressing climate change approached 2017 with no small amount of dread.  The Trump Administration proceeded to make good on bad promises from the campaign -- removing the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, rescinding EPA’s Clean Power Plan, and undermining bedrock environmental... Read more »

New Mexico Public Regulation Commission Takes a Positive Step for New Mexico’s Clean Energy Future

| by Joan Clayburgh

Last month, the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission took a positive step forward for New Mexico’s clean energy future and gave final approval to Public Service Company of New Mexico for implementing the state’s Renewable Energy Act Plan.


Drew Beckwith of WRA Receives Emerging Leader Award from the Colorado Foundation for Water Education

| by Joan Clayburgh

This month our own Drew Beckwith was honored with the Colorado Foundation for Water Education’s Emerging Leader Award. This prestigious award is given to up-and-coming leaders working to educate Coloradans on our state’s most finite and precious resource: water. But, for those of us who know Drew, his leadership has long been on display on… Read more »


Nevada Legislators Should Increase Clean Energy to 50% by 2030

| by Joan Clayburgh

The 2017 Nevada Legislature has embraced a groundswell of support for clean power in considering a number of bills this session that will restore Nevada as a leading renewable energy state.


Join the Celebration: WRA’s Fall Event is Just Around the Corner!

| by Joan Clayburgh

Please join us for a fun evening and celebration of conservation with our partners, supporters, and friends.


Top 3 East Shore Tahoe Hikes This Summer

| by Joan Clayburgh

Get ready for spectacular views and beautiful photographs


Let’s Craft the Best Energy Policies for Nevada’s Future

| by Joan Clayburgh

Our energy expert has been appointed to represent our interests on a Nevada committee recommending legislation and other actions the Governor can take.


Should Industry Approve Who Protects Utah’s Water Quality? The Answer is NO.

| by Joan Clayburgh

Please join us in calling on EPA to withdraw approval of Utah’s water pollution permitting program.