Indigenous Peoples on the front lines of climate change and...
A new interdisciplinary study of oystering in Chesapeake...
A fire that consumed storage tanks at an oil field in New...
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians welcomed the passage...
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker declared a state of...
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Environment

Terri Hansen
10/8/13
Colonization and the corporate mentality that grew out of it have been ravaging Indian country for centuries...
Martha Troian
10/8/13
The white moose had wandered the woods near Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, for years, sacred to the Mi’kmaq and thus undisturbed...
ICTMN Staff
10/7/13
A fiery dragon will rise just after sunset on the evenings of October 7 and 8, and it will be spewing meteors...
ICTMN Staff
10/5/13
It’s a mysterious, unearthly glow, a cone shape growing out of the horizon, and it visits just before dawn...
Carol Berry
10/3/13
As Colorado residents and businesses clean up from September’s devastating floods and continue to assess damage, one thing is already clear: The waters have left a lasting legacy o...
Martha Troian
10/3/13
It is supposed to be a day that commemorates the signing of the 1752 Treaty of Friendship and Peace between the Mi’kmaq and the Crown, a day spent promoting Mi'kmaq culture and his...
ICTMN Staff
10/2/13
The mineral-rich salt licks scattered around watering holes commonly draw elephants and other animals...
ICTMN Staff
10/2/13
The Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa is having another go at the munitions barrels dumped into their waters by the Army Corps of Engineers during the Cold War years...
ICTMN Staff
10/1/13
There’s no mistake, according to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC): Humans are responsible for the bulk of the shifting environmental realities th...
ICTMN Staff
10/1/13
It took 50 years to get Michigan’s gray wolf population up to 658, and only 30 minutes to sell three-quarters of the available licenses—900 out of 1,200—when they went on sale on S...

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