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Environment

Quinault Nation Press Release
5/1/14
President Fawn Sharp of the Quinault Indian Nation says she is happy to participate on the Carbon Emissions Reduction Task Force Governor Jay Inslee created by executive order yest...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/1/14
The Passamaquoddy Tribe’s battle with the State of Maine over Native fishing rights became an interstate issue recently when New York State authorities lodged multiple felony poach...
ICTMN Staff
4/30/14
Much of the attention being paid to so-called mega-loads—those monolithic hunks of equipment being trucked across the Northwest to assist in the extraction of tar-like bitumen from...
Garrit Voggesser and Alexis Bonogofsky
4/30/14
Indian Country Today Media Network contributor Terri Hansen asked a number of tribal environmental experts how we can get back from the dangerous 400 parts per million of carbon di...
Vincent Schilling
4/30/14
Washington, D.C...
Rick Kearns
4/30/14
Ngöbe-Buglé leaders promised to increase their resistance on the national stage and in the courts in Panama; part of that promise came to fruition in April...
ICTMN Staff
4/29/14
Canada’s first hint of trouble over the Keystone XL pipeline came as far back as 2011, the first time that President Barack Obama got on the phone with Prime Minister Stephen Harpe...
ICTMN Staff
4/28/14
Pipeline construction leads to scarce housing. Scarce housing leads to man camps. And man camps lead to sexual violence, especially against Native women...
Rob Capriccioso
4/28/14
Wizipan Garriott has once again been inspired to action, this time to stop development of the Keystone XL pipeline...

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