The Department of State with Secretary John Kerry wrapped...
Fires throughout the inland northwest on Indian...
President Barack Obama hosted a roundtable discussion with...
As scientific researchers continue to press for a reduction...
While there is a need for good science–based environmental...
If bread is our staff of life, then water is our lifeblood...
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Environment

ICTMN Staff
7/26/13
Debate has erupted in the scientific community as a study puts the economic cost of a mega-burst of methane that could be emitted by melting Siberian permafrost over the next decad...
ICTMN Staff
7/25/13
The Cherokee Nation has sent its elite squad of firefighters to Oregon to help fight wildfires in northern California...
ICTMN Staff
7/24/13
Two complementary studies are showing the potential result of Antarctic ice melt on ocean levels and indicating that the effects of increased greenhouse gases stay with us long aft...
ICTMN Staff
7/24/13
The U.S. Forest Service is providing a live view of sockeye salmon returning to spawn in Steep Creek, Juneau, Alaska...
Mary Annette Pember
7/23/13
The Iron County Forestry Committee met today, July 23 in a closed session to consider how the county should proceed regarding the Penokee Harvest Camp in the nearby Penokee Hills...
ICTMN Staff
7/23/13
For the Lac Courtes Oreilles Band of Ojibwe, today will play an important role in the LCO Harvest Camp which has been set up as a peaceful and educational protest to the proposed G...
Gale Courey Toensing
7/23/13
The restoration of the Penobscot River in Maine has taken a monumental step forward with the breaching of the Veazie Dam, which will open up the river from Indian Island at Old Tow...
ICTMN Staff
7/23/13
Euphemistically known as waste-to-energy, the possibilities afforded by excrement are, well, excremental...
ICTMN Staff
7/22/13
We can’t get enough of the moon, it seems, and it can’t get enough of us. Another month has flown by, and it’s time for another almost-supermoon...
Jack McNeel
7/22/13
The salmon once swam freely throughout the upper Columbia River, and plucking them from the waters represented an opportunity to benefit all the Colville Tribes by sharing the boun...

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