It’s fireball season above the skies of Mother Earth, just...
When 28-year-old Lyle Eagle Tail entered the frothing...
Drums throbbed and the sacred circle of life was on display...
All About the Money This fracked oil boom is, after all,...
Greeted with a welcome blessing, 38 female bison trundled...
Religious leaders are adding their voices to the indigenous...
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Environment

ICTMN Staff
1/17/12
A 118-foot, 3,500-year-old bald cypress tree named "The Senator" burned to the ground yesterday morning...
ICTMN Staff
1/16/12
On January 14, the New York Times published a story on land carvings discovered in the far western reaches of the Brazilian Amazon...
Patti Jo King
1/16/12
In January 2011, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (CNO) inaugurated an innovative program designed to dismantle and recycle used electronic and computer products, to prevent improper...
ICTMN Staff
1/15/12
Upon hearing the announcement of the Environmental Protection Agency’s internal appeals board confirming the validity of two air-quality permits for Shell’s Noble Discoverer drills...
ICTMN Staff
1/14/12
The Russian tanker Renda, carrying much-needed fuel to Nome, Alaska, has arrived...
Brian Daffron
1/13/12
The October 27, 2011 death of Yakama General Council chair Moses Dick Squeochs created serious ripples not only within his family and the Yakama people, but also with the higher ed...
ICTMN Staff
1/13/12
Aboriginal leaders from around the country came down on Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver this week for voicing support of Enbridge Corp.’s...
Don Baumgart
1/13/12
On Friday, January 13, the 10th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival will open in Nevada City, California, and over the course of the weekend more than 110 films will be shown at...
ICTMN Staff
1/12/12
In 1947, directors of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist (BAS) devised a metaphor for the world's nearness to self-annihilation they called the "Doomsday Clock." Armageddon is sy...
ICTMN Staff
1/12/12
There may be at least one planet per star in the Milky Way, which means that Mother Earth could have as many as a 100 billion sisters...

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