Editor’s note: While the Colorado River through the Grand...
Editor’s note: This is the first of three stories on the...
On a moonless November night, the rain-swollen St. Croix...
In the midst of a life-threatening drought, the Navajo...
We Are Mauna Kea Protester
Opposition to the construction of a giant $1.4 billion...
A group of American Indians in Michigan have lost their bid...
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Environment

Kristin Butler
4/17/15
As the rush to locate new oil reserves intensifies and technology improves, more and more companies are seeking crude deposits deep below the seabed...
ICTMN Staff
4/16/15
Yellowstone National Park gets press for all kinds of reasons. Its bison are routinely slaughtered for wandering outside its northern boundary...
Paul Molyneaux, Island Journal
4/15/15
On a moonless November night, the rain-swollen St. Croix River flows unseen through the forests of eastern Maine and western New Brunswick...
Kristin Butler
4/15/15
Editor’s note: This is the first of three stories on the devastating effects of seismic airgun blasting on marine life. BOOM! BOOM!...
We Are Mauna Kea Protester
ICTMN Staff
4/15/15
Opposition to the construction of a giant $1.4 billion telescope on top of sacred Mauna Kea Mountain gained momentum Monday, April 13 when hundreds of students and faculty members ...
ICTMN Staff
4/14/15
A group of American Indians in Michigan have lost their bid to block a land transfer of nearly 9,000 acres to a company proposing a limestone mine—the “largest single public land d...
ICTMN Staff
4/14/15
Editor’s note: While the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is the most endangered river on Turtle Island according to the conservation group American Rivers, there are nine m...
ICTMN Staff
4/13/15
Oil leases in the United States are seen as a way to break the need to rely on other countries, however for others, like Chief Earl Old Person they are seen as a way to breaking th...
Laura Paskus
4/11/15
In the midst of a life-threatening drought, the Navajo Nation continues to develop water for industry, rather than for the Diné people...
ICTMN Staff
4/10/15
The sky is always magical, eloquent, awe-inspiring—and sometimes downright exquisite...

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