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Clinton Vies For Native American Support
Navajo Administration Forges On
Navajo Nation to Implement Jobs Program
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Climate Change in Court in Europe
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Racism Built on Stupid Myth
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Navajo Election: How We Got Here?
INFR Using Native Judges
Colonialism as Trickster
Agua Caliente’s Legal Tug-of-War
Inuit Fight to Save Marine Livelihood
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Agua Caliente’s Legal Tug-of-War Over California Groundwater
For the last two years, California’s Agua Caliente Band of...
Stop Underwater Slaughter! The Desperate Fight to Save Sea Creatures From Death by Sound
As the rush to locate new oil reserves intensifies and...
Climate Change in Court: From the Netherlands to the World
The acid test of integrity in a legal system is whether you...
Flowing Through Indian Country: 5 More Endangered Rivers
Editor’s note: While the Colorado River through the Grand...
'A Deaf Whale Is a Dead Whale': Sound Blasting for Oil Threatens Marine Life
Editor’s note: This is the first of three stories on the...
The Old Ways Win Again: Fishing and the Wisdom of the Elders
On a moonless November night, the rain-swollen St. Croix...
Montana Native Voters Aren’t Equal—But That’s Not Enough, Says Judge
First Photos of Shell's Arctic Rig Add Perspective to Drilling Debate
Douglas Fischer, The Daily Climate
The general public has not seen images of Shell Oil Co.'s Arctic drilling rig, the Kulluk, on site off the coast of Alaska, and a sense of the rig's proximity to protected lands ha...
Opposition Continues for the Grand Canyon Escalade
Developers behind a proposed tourist destination in a sacred part of the Grand Canyon say they’ve secured approval from the Navajo Nation chapter where the development would take p...
Hurricane Sandy Swept Caribbean First, Causing at Least 70 Deaths
Turtle Island’s indigenous were picking up the pieces from Hurricane Sandy and breathing a sigh of relief on November 3, grateful that despite fairly significant damage, no tribal ...
Aboriginal Runners From Australia Help New York After Hurricane Sandy
When New York City made the decision to cancel its annual Marathon on Friday, eight runners in particular were extremely disappointed...
USET Starts Fund for Shinnecock Hurricane Relief as Seminoles Help Assess Damage
As New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and other states reel from the impact of Hurricane Sandy, tribes have sprung into action to help the Shinnecock Indian Nation, the most signifi...
Yupiit Fight for Restoration of Indigenous Fishing Rights in Alaska
Gale Courey Toensing
Attendees at the National Congress of American Indians raised more than $8,000 in a little over an hour to help defray the cost of attorneys defending the subsistence fishing right...
‘The Earth Gives and It Takes Away’: Haida Gwaii Hot Springs Shut Off by Earthquake
As ICTMN has reported , the recent 7.7 earthquake that struck just off the coast of Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, the largest recorded in Canada in more than 60 years, has traumat...
Climate Change Threatens the Ojibwe's Wild Rice Harvest
Mary Annette Pember
It’s difficult to imagine a year without manoomin on the Bad River Reservation in northern Wisconsin...
Elections 2012: Polls, Polls and the Discovery of Climate Change
One interesting poll is taken by Gallup and asks a simple question: Who do you think will win? Not who you will vote for, but what do you think everyone else thinks?...
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