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Indigenous Peoples Still Fighting to Protect ‘Living Forests’ and Way of Life
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the United Nations Special...
Happy Autumn: Fall Equinox Promises Welcome Chill
It may be boiling hot across large swathes of Turtle Island...
Nature, Culture, and Plastic: Obama Quadruples Marine National Monument
President Barack Obama has signed an executive order...
Poisoned Waters: Navajo Communities Still Struggle After Mining Disaster
SHIPROCK, New Mexico—On Friday, as the Obama administration...
Immediate Review of B.C. Mining Safety Demanded by Alaska Native Leaders
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 17: To include Lt. Gov. Byron Mallot's...
Hualapai Say Proposed Water Deal Could Benefit Tourism in the State
The chairman of the Hualapai Tribe told a Senate committee...
Youth Mentoring Programs Abound in Traditional Teachings, Conservation and Wildlife Management
After reading excellent commentary in a recent issue of Indian Country Today Media Network entitled “ Restoring Heritage Cuisines and Indigenous Agroecosystems ” by Devon G...
From Beginning to End: Walking the Mississippi River to Celebrate and Cherish Water
Eight days into a 1,200-mile trek along one of the longest rivers in the United States—the iconic Mississippi—Sharon Day was looking to hit mile 125 by day’s end...
Video: Bella Bella's Revitalized Fish Plant
[Editor’s Note: Often passed, seldom visited by outsiders, British Columbia’s Central Coast is home to the continent’s longest-settled places and most enduring peoples...
Turtle Island's Bats Being Decimated by Fungus Most Likely Originating in Europe
A fungal disease called white nose syndrome is racing through bat populations across Turtle Island and has killed millions of the tiny mammals, attacking them as they hibernate...
Navajo Generating Station Lease Extension Hits Political Snag
The lease extension for the Navajo Generating Station has hit a political snag, following a ruling in the Navajo Nation Council that they were illegally excluded from negotiations...
Camels, Icons of the Arabian Desert, Originated on Turtle Island
Turtle Island has given much to the world over the millennia, including potatoes, cotton and a host of medicinal plants...
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Department About to Decide on Hundreds of Animals Under Endangered Species Act
Having been wait-listed two years ago for a spot on the Endangered Species Act, the Pacific walrus may soon be awarded its dubious distinction: The U.S...
Banish Winter Storm Blues With These Photos of Magnified, Ethereally Delicate Snowflakes
It is drummed into us as children that no two snowflakes are alike, and here to prove it is Russian master macro photographer Andrew Osokin, who has immortalized on film a number o...
Watershed Heroes: Colville Confederated Tribes Win Sierra Club Award for Battling British Columbia Smelter
The Colville Confederated Tribes’ successful effort to hold a British Columbia smelter accountable for dumping pollutants into the Columbia River for a century has caught the atten...
Switzerland's Only Bear Shot by Authorities After Being Deemed Dangerous to Humans
Wildlife rangers have shot dead Switzerland’s only bear because authorities feared it posed a threat to humans...
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