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Indigenous Climate Activists Descend on Paris for COP21
Confusing police jurisdiction and actions? Limited or no...
Collective Sigh of Relief as Interior Cancels Badger-Two Medicine Drilling Lease
Everyone from the Blackfeet Tribe to Montana sportsmen is...
How Much Will Climate Change Cost?
The world’s leaders are in France over the next couple of...
Ojibwe Oppose Non-Tribal Researchers’ Call for Delisting Gray Wolves
Gray wolves are back, which makes it time to take the...
Genetically Engineered Salmon Safe to Eat: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
First corn, and now salmon. The U.S. Food and Drug...
'False Solutions' Won't Save Mother Earth: Tom Goldtooth on COP21
In a lead-up to the Conference of the Parties to the United...
Video: 15-year-old Climate Warrior Addresses U.N., Calls Climate Change a ‘Human Rights Issue’
Xiuhtezcatl Roske-Martinez, who was raised in the Aztec tradition, spoke earnestly to the United Nations General Assembly June 29 challenging the representatives to make “great dec...
Inside the Power Plant Fueling America’s Drought
Abrahm Lustgarten, ProPublica
A couple of miles outside the town of Page, three 775-foot-tall caramel-colored smokestacks tower like sentries on the edge of northern Arizona’s sprawling red sandstone wilderness...
Ahousaht, Muckleshoot, Semiahmoo and Sliammon Host Canoe Journeys
Canoe families from the eastern Salish Sea will travel to Golden Gardens Park in Ballard, a Seattle neighborhood, in one of four Canoe Journeys planned this summer...
Botanical Magic: Medicine Woman’s In-Depth Study Reveals Plants' Offerings
Tanya H. Lee
Plants Have So Much to Give Us, All We Have to Do is Ask: Anishinaabe Botanical Teachings (University of Minnesota Press, 2015) is published by a university press for a reason—it i...
Neil Young Rocks Monsanto
Canadian ex-pat Neil Young, known for his support of the First Nations’ efforts to stop environmental depredations in the tar sands and to keep families on farms in the U.S...
5 Things You Didn’t Think of as Native Technology
One of the biggest challenges for indigenous people in North America (and elsewhere) arises when it comes to being seen (or not) by European settlers as peoples with legitimate sys...
Heavenly Merger: Venus and Jupiter Become One Under a Full Moon
We’ve watched Venus and Jupiter edge closer and closer together all month as they cavorted with a crescent moon, and now the two planets are poised to merge into a single brilliant...
Battling for the Arctic: Lummi Canoe Leads Kayaktivists Against 'Death Star' Oil Rig
In an ominous foreshadowing of possible things to come, the EPA granted Shell Oil permission to dump 13 separate streams of waste from the oil rig Polar Pioneer into the Chukchi Se...
Aurora Alert: Sun Eruptions Could Push Northern Lights Southward
The sun has been bombarding Mother Earth with super bursts of plasma all week, and another one is headed toward our magnetosphere on June 27...
Isolated Shoal Lake 40 Members Shed Tears as Canada Refuses to Fund Road
David P. Ball
Canada's government will not commit to building a road to an isolated Ontario First Nation that has suffered for 18 years without potable water despite being surrounded by Winnipeg...
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