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Film About Cherokee Freedmen
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Killing Wolves to Save Caribou
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Six Supermoons, Four Eclipses and Planetary Parties! Sizzling Skies in 2015
The year 2015 is truly mystical for astronomical happenings...
State of the Union: Climate Change Is Greatest Threat to Future Generations
Though the State of the Union address focused primarily on...
Pipeline Rupture Spills 55,000 Gallons of Oil Into Yellowstone River
Crews are battling ice and freezing temperatures as they...
Cold War Waste Disposal Stalled Around U.S. as WIPP Reopening Delayed by Months
As the Department of Energy challenges the fines levied...
Tribal Leaders Tell Obama to Reject Keystone XL Pipeline, Request U.S. Interior Meeting
Several indigenous leaders have officially asked President...
Mass Animal Die-Offs Increasing, New Study Finds
Billions of animals are dying, and while a so-called mass...
Obama’s Harvard Law School Mentor Takes on Cape Wind
Gale Courey Toensing
Cape Wind Associates, which has been trying for more than a decade to build a massive $2.6 billion wind energy project in public waters off the coast of Cape Cod, has a new challen...
Study Finds Toxins, Cancer-Causing Air Pollution at Oil, Gas Wells
Angus M. Thuermer Jr. and Dustin Bleizeffer, Wyofile
Reprinted with permission from WyoFile . This story first ran on October 30, 2014...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Eliminating All Forms of Racial Discrimination
Danny Gogal, EPA
“Sure, I’ll serve as EPA’s lead for international human rights agreements.” That was my response to my Office Director this past April, although I knew very little of what this new...
Obama Names Two Tribes Among 16 Climate Action Champions Nationwide
Two tribes are among 16 communities across the U.S...
Wisconsin Closes Wolf Hunt Three Months Early, With Quota Exceeded
Wisconsin is ending its wolf hunt today, closing the last of six hunting and trapping zones three months early because the quota for wolf kills has already been exceeded...
Alaska Natives to British Columbia: Please Tighten Up Your Mining Act
Alaska Natives, environmentalists and fishery owners, spooked by recent mining accidents and proposals in neighboring British Columbia, have asked the province to tighten regulatio...
New York Times Details Dueling Grand Canyon Projects
The Grand Canyon may be one of the largest geological formations on Earth, but its size is no match for the number of battles being fought over how, and whether, to profit from its...
‘They Know Their Lands Better Than We Do’: Sally Jewell on Tribal Keystone XL Opposition
$342 Million to Clean Duwamish River Superfund Site: EPA Finalizes Plan
After 14 years of study the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released a $342 million plan for cleaning up most of the pollution in the lower Duwamish River...
Legislation for Rio Tinto Copper Mine on Sacred Land Slips Into Defense Bill
Gale Courey Toensing
Lawmakers have slipped a piece of legislation that would allow a massive copper mine in southeast Arizona on public land that is sacred to the Apaches into a defense bill that must...
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