The bison, once nearly extinct, has officially joined the...
With only days left to go until the Army Corps of Engineers...
The noted indigenous activist from Peru, Maxima Acuña de...
Another wild animal with a fan base among humans has met a...
First Nation communities across the province welcomed...
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Environment

Rob Capriccioso
10/14/11
Among those paying close attention to the collapse of the Solyndra solar cell manufacturer, once a poster child of renewable-energy development for the Obama administration, were t...
Tristan Ahtone
10/14/11
A few miles north of Fort Washakie, Wyoming, the Wind River cuts a muddy red path through the hills, plains and sagebrush of the Wind River Reservation ...
ICTMN Staff
10/13/11
Opposition to the expansion of the Athabasca Oil Sands in Canada, reaching a fever pitch on Turtle Island as President Obama mulls approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, has moved t...

For at least 200 years wild horses have been part of the frontier mystique and the character of Chilcotin country.

Carol Berry
10/8/11
Denver’s two-decade history of protest against the Columbus Day parade will be tested October 8...
Rob Capriccioso
10/6/11
WASHINGTON – Tribal leaders have gathered in the nation’s capital to offer one final push against the U.S...
Frank McMains
10/6/11
Toward the southern end one of the many narrow, low, longitudinal ridges that extend from Louisiana into the Gulf of Mexico, the United Houma Nation has been struggling to preserve...
ICTMN Staff
10/5/11
On October 4, Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) announced the hiring of Stefanie Moreland to join her Washington staff in November as legislative aide covering fisheries issues and...
ICTMN Staff
10/4/11
Ninawa Kaxinawá, (Hunikui) from Acre, Brazil, is an indigenous leader and spiritual leader for his people living between the borders of Brazil and Peru...
ICTMN Staff
10/2/11
The recent announcement from the U.S...

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