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Earth Day: Lyrid Meteors Shower Our Mother With Heavenly Light [Video]
They streak across the sky as if in a living Van Gogh...
'Every Day Is Earth Day': 5 Indigenous Insights on the Health of Our Mother
This year more than any other so far, the human habitat...
Agua Caliente’s Legal Tug-of-War Over California Groundwater
For the last two years, California’s Agua Caliente Band of...
Climate Change in Court: From the Netherlands to the World
The acid test of integrity in a legal system is whether you...
Stop Underwater Slaughter! The Desperate Fight to Save Sea Creatures From Death by Sound
As the rush to locate new oil reserves intensifies and...
Telescope Opposition Gains Momentum With Rallies, Walk-Out and International Support
Opposition to the construction of a giant $1.4 billion...
Inuit Group Seeks Funding on Wall Street to Mine Nunavut for Metals, Minerals
Charlie Evalik (nunatsiaqonline.ca) An Inuit group from Canada's Nunavut territory comes to Wall Street today to pitch investors for financing for start-up mining and exploration p...
Space Buddha: Ancient Statue Carved From Rare Meteorite, Archeologists Say
An ancient statue of a Buddhist god was carved from an even more ancient meteorite, a group of German scientists announced on September 26...
Invasive Asian Carp Threatens Great Lakes; DNA, But No Fish, Found in Tributaries
Traces of Asian carp environmental DNA—such as mucus, scales and other fish remnants—have been found in waterways leading to Lake Erie, but environmental authorities both north and...
Magical Time-Lapse Video of the Northwest Stars Mother Earth
The Milky Way drifts across the sky. Aurora tumble and roll. Clouds flow like rivers or undulate like smoke...
Waterspouts Caught on Video on Lake Michigan
A whopping 13 waterspouts danced over the Great Lakes on Sunday September 23, bringing this year’s total up to a record 154, meteorologists said...
Council of Energy Resource Tribes Enters $3 Billion Biofuels and Bioenergy Agreement
The Council of Energy Resource Tribes (CERT), an Inter-Tribal organization comprised of 54 U.S...
Fort Peck Tragedy: Wildfire Claims 10 Bison
Having fought for years to get bison restored to their lands, American Indians on the Fort Peck Reservation are now mourning the loss of 10 of the animals in a wildfire...
Canadian Authorities Investigate Mystery Fish Kill in Lake Erie
Ontario environmental officials are blaming a recent mass fish kill in Lake Erie on oxygen deprivation due to a temperature inversion that caused carcasses to wash up on a 20-mile ...
First Nation Flood Evacuees Back Home But Must Boil Water
David P. Ball
One month after more than one in 10 residents of James Smith Cree Nation in Saskatchewan had to be evacuated after historic flooding, nearly half the community remains under a boil...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
In our weekly roundup of all the big news coming out of Indian country, the presidential race, the Cobell settlement, vandalized petroglyphs and potential new taxes on tribes from ...
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