It’s Earth Day, and those who would save our environment so...
When Iron Eyes Cody, the Italian-cum-Native who first...
In Navajo there is no such term, specifically, as Earth Day...
Next week, April 22, former Green Party Vice-Presidential...
All eyes are on Lincoln, Nebraska as the U.S. Department of...
Two non-tribal members in Montana have been fined and...
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Environment

ICTMN Staff
4/11/14
Oarfish, the lengthy, serpentine creatures that factor prominently in ancient mariners’ tales of sea monsters, normally stick to the deepest ocean depths...
ICTMN Staff
4/10/14
The New York Times is raising the alarm on redwood poaching...
Geoffrey Sea
4/10/14
On March 17, a man strolling through the Oak Glen Nature Preserve along the Great Miami River noticed a patch of black crude oil in an intermittent stream bed...
ICTMN Staff
4/10/14
The war of images over the seal hunt is going as epic as a Hollywood movie. The indigenous land claims group Nunavut Tunngavik Inc...
Alex Ewen
4/10/14
“Thus he learned that there are spirits in the water – that water is life.” – Wichita Legend of the Water Spirit The tragedy of Malaysian flight 370, which disappeared en route to ...
Richard Walker
4/9/14
TULALIP, Washington—It was April 5, 14 days after the massive landslide in the nearby community of Oso, and it was painfully apparent that no more survivors would emerge from the m...
Irina Zhorov
4/9/14
Wyoming and the tribes who share the Wind River Indian Reservation in the state are still waiting for their day in court to resolve a border dispute on the reservation, but U.S...
ICTMN Staff
4/8/14
On April 1, the United Nations Working Group II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a somber report detailing not only the climate-change-related probl...
Gale Courey Toensing
4/8/14
The Passamaquoddy Tribe’s fishery law has been amended to implement individual catch quotas for the lucrative elver season that began on April 5...
Jack McNeel
4/7/14
Salmon and other migratory fish attempting to return to their spawning grounds in the Pacific Northwest face no fewer than 400 man-made barriers in the Columbia River Basin, the ea...

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