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Colossal Black Hole With Mass of 12 Billion Suns Dwarfs Everything in Time and Space
It takes up as much space as 12 billion suns, but it can’t...
Round Valley First Forest Carbon Offset Project on Native Trust Land for California
The discussions of climate change and carbon footprints are...
Oil Leases Proliferate in Northwestern New Mexico as Diné and Pueblo Call for Oversight
Traffic roars along US Highway 550 on the Navajo Nation as...
8 Reasons for Climate Optimism, From Teen Rapper and Activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez
Young Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, rapper and climate change...
Too Many Broken Pipelines: Fort Peck Reservation Passes Resolution Opposing Keystone XL Through Montana
The Sioux and Assiniboine tribes of the Fort Peck...
Quinault Speak Out Against Oil Trains as Rail Cars Smolder in West Virginia
As two dozen charred freight-train tankers continued...
Navajo Generating Station Lease Extension Hits Political Snag
The lease extension for the Navajo Generating Station has hit a political snag, following a ruling in the Navajo Nation Council that they were illegally excluded from negotiations...
Camels, Icons of the Arabian Desert, Originated on Turtle Island
Turtle Island has given much to the world over the millennia, including potatoes, cotton and a host of medicinal plants...
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Department About to Decide on Hundreds of Animals Under Endangered Species Act
Having been wait-listed two years ago for a spot on the Endangered Species Act, the Pacific walrus may soon be awarded its dubious distinction: The U.S...
Banish Winter Storm Blues With These Photos of Magnified, Ethereally Delicate Snowflakes
It is drummed into us as children that no two snowflakes are alike, and here to prove it is Russian master macro photographer Andrew Osokin, who has immortalized on film a number o...
Watershed Heroes: Colville Confederated Tribes Win Sierra Club Award for Battling British Columbia Smelter
The Colville Confederated Tribes’ successful effort to hold a British Columbia smelter accountable for dumping pollutants into the Columbia River for a century has caught the atten...
Switzerland's Only Bear Shot by Authorities After Being Deemed Dangerous to Humans
Wildlife rangers have shot dead Switzerland’s only bear because authorities feared it posed a threat to humans...
President Obama Signs Disaster Declaration for Navajo Nation, the Second Tribe to Receive Direct FEMA Assistance
President Barack Obama has made the Navajo Nation the second tribe to receive direct aid under a recent Stafford Act amendment, declaring a major disaster on the reservation due to...
New Campaign Hopes to Raise Awareness of Threats to Peru's Nomadic Indigenous People
Threats facing nomadic indigenous people living in isolation in Peru are the focus of a new public awareness campaign launched by one of Peru’s largest indigenous organizations...
Navajo Nation Thawing Out From Devastating Winter
The Navajo Nation is finally emerging from Operation Winter Freeze, an unprecedented weather-related state of emergency in which more than 3,000 homes lost water due to frozen and ...
State Department Draft Environmental Report Says Keystone XL Effects on Both Climate Change and Oil Supply Would Be Minimal
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