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Objections to New York Times Op-Ed
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Snowstorm Slams Protectors; Time to Go
Graton Rancheria $175M Expansion, Hotel
Soboba, Cherokee IT Departments Praised
Energy Transfer Partners Restructures
Natives Honored with Ho-Chunk Day
Leaders Honored by Potlatch Fund
KILI Radio Uses Wind Turbine Energy
Tanka Bar: Top 10% Certified B Corps
Original Nations Anthem: Decolonize Mind
MCN Replaces Aging Buses With Grant
Dakota Access Pipeline Halted, DC Reacts
Standing Rock Wasn't Alone
Juneau for President?
Northwest Ocean Planning Taps ITK
Why This Election Was Dangerous for Us
DAPL Easement Denied Under Lake Oahe
Veterans Descend on Standing Rock
The Week That Was: December 4, 2016
Thing About Skins
Snowstorm Slams Water Protectors; ‘We Need To Go Home,’ Says SRST Chairman
Thanking everyone for their service, Standing Rock Sioux...
DAPL: Evacuation Orders and Snowflakes Fly as Injured Water Protectors Sue Morton County
As severe winter weather descended upon central and eastern...
Bringing Back the Bavi: Gila River Farmers Focus on Traditional Crops
Ramona and Terry Button are storytellers who farm—and...
Colville Tribes Await $8.3 Million Settlement From Teck Metals as Mining Company Appeals Damages
Nearly three months after a landmark $8.3 million ruling...
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Visits Standing Rock on #NoDAPL Day of Action
CANNONBALL, North Dakota—Environmental attorney and...
Tribes Call On Obama to Bar Uranium Mining in Grand Canyon Forever
The Havasupai, Hualapai, Navajo, and Hopi are among the...
Algonquins of Barriere Lake Take Up Logging Fight Again as Timber Co. Returns
Gale Courey Toensing
In August 2012, after weeks of direct action by ABL members protesting Resolute Forest Products' logging activities on their territory, the Quebec government agreed to a major conc...
Umatilla Tribe Battles Mega-Loads Headed for Alberta Oil Sands
Cathy Sampson-Kruse (Confederated Tribes of Umatilla) and her Walla Walla ancestors come from the land near the Port of Umatilla in Eastern Oregon, where on December 3 a 901,000-po...
GTAC: ‘Asbestos Merely Issues in the Media’ Not the Mine
Mary Annette Pember
Gogebic Taconite (GTAC), the company that is seeking to dig the world’s biggest open pit iron ore mine near the Bad River Ojibwe Reservation in Wisconsin continues its battle with ...
Columbia River Treaty Recommendation Near Finalization
Will fish passage be restored from the Columbia River to Canada? Will a 15-tribe coalition significantly influence an international treaty that will last a lifetime?...
Architect Says Ancient Indigenous Solar Technology Can Free Us From Oil
Solar power can deliver heat not only more efficiently than oil but also at a much lower cost—and, writes an architect in the Staten Island Advance newspaper of New York City, anci...
Wisdom, 63, Lays an Egg: Watch an Albatross in Action
An albatross named Wisdom has been nesting in a sanctuary monitored by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at the Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge in Hawaii...
Comet ISON Is Dead, but December Skies Still Sparkle
Comet ISON may have broken up as it grazed the sun, but the skies are still starry, Venus is bright, and there’s a meteor shower in store...
6 Tribes That Took Advantage of Amendment for FEMA Relief in 2013
Today’s technology can track tornadoes and snowstorms, hurricanes and rainstorms...
An Oil Company in Peru & The Misleading Art of Commercial Deception
“Working in harmony with nature and the community” reads the front of a pamphlet I picked up at this year's Expo Amazonica in Iquitos...
Study Finds Some Climate Changes Could Slam Us Hard, and Soon
Climate change may be progressing incrementally, but one of those increments is sure to produce abrupt, possibly irreversible changes, a new report says...
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