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Native Americans and Eye Disease
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Deadly Medical Experiment on Yanomami
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George Monbiot on Soil Degradation
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The Jaguar Corridor: Protecting the Sacred Cat
National Geographic’s online edition recently featured...
Minnesota Tweaks Sulfate Limits for Wild Rice Waters
A proposal to change the basis by which limits are imposed...
Tribal Nations Oppose Montana Bison Bills That They Say Trample Sovereignty
One of two pieces of legislation in Montana to impact...
Pit River Rallies to Protect Sacred Medicine Lake Highlands from Fracking
In far Northern California, about 30 miles northeast of Mt...
Snow Geese Fall Dead in Idaho, Avian Cholera Suspected; Fast Cleanup Is Critical
On the morning of March 18, CNN reported that approximately...
California Tightens Drought Rules as Water Supply Dwindles to One Year
Faced with a fourth year of drought, California officials...
Oil Company Under Fire in Amazon: New Inquiries, Exposés and Penalties Fuel Indigenous Movement
IQUITOS, Peru—The world that PlusPetrol has built in Peru’s Amazon over the last 16 years seems to be crumbling under the weight of the company’s alleged crimes...
Chevron Ordered to Pay an Extra $1 Billion in Fines by Ecuadorian Court, Total Now $19 Billion
Back when Chevron was first fined $18 billion for polluting the Amazon basin, sources said that it would probably be difficult to get the company to pay such an amount...
Biodiversity Decline in Tropical Wildlife Reserves More Destructive Than Climate Change: Study
Scientists in the journal Nature have released yet another study full of dire predictions...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
Here are some of the big stories that we covered this past week: -Rob Capriccioso covered how President Obama collected another $1.5 million from Tribal leaders on July 18 at an ev...
Human Rights Court Rules in Favor of Kichwa Community Against Ecuadorian Government
In a case that could have broad implications, the Kichwa community of Sarayaku, Ecuador, won a major battle on July 25, when the Inter-American Court of Human Rights ruled that the...
Geomagnetic Storms, Southern Aurora: What Feisty Solar Maximum Has in Store
The major solar storms and resulting auroras of mid-July are but a taste of things to come as the sun reaches its maximum level of outbursts in its cycle...
White Buffalo Gets Sacred Name Today
Hundreds of American Indians will visit a former dairy farm in Goshen, Connecticut today for a sacred naming ceremony for what is believed to be a rare white buffalo ...
Climate Change, Thunderstorms and Ozone Could Be Potent Combination, Scientists Say
What do climate change, ultraviolet radiation and ozone have in common? Thunderstorms. Maybe. Scientists are positing a possible link between the three based on a new study...
Santa Clara Pueblo Still Waiting for Bulk of Flood Assistance
The Santa Clara Pueblo are still seeking help to cope with damage in the wake of the Las Conchas fire of last year...
USDA Declares Drought Disaster Emergency in More Counties
The worsening drought has prompted the U.S...
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