The Internal Revenue Service may be preparing to bleed some...
“Thus he learned that there are spirits in the water – that...
TULALIP, Washington—It was April 5, 14 days after the...
On April 1, the United Nations Working Group II of the...
The Passamaquoddy Tribe’s fishery law has been amended to...
Salmon and other migratory fish attempting to return to...
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Environment

ICTMN Staff
3/8/14
It’s that time of year again, when the available light does not match the available heat...
Andrew Nikiforuk, The Tyee
3/7/14
A new study has found that certain types of chemical pollutants emitted by Canada's oil sands tailing ponds have gone underreported for years...
Tanya H. Lee
3/7/14
Nearly 70 years have elapsed since the first atomic bomb was dropped—not the ones visited upon Nagasaki and Hiroshima, but the test bombs that were inflicted on unsuspecting New Me...
Terri Hansen
3/6/14
Many tribal nations have developed model climate adaptation plans to increase their resilience, yet most tribal communities still need the knowhow and resources to cope with the sw...
ICTMN Staff
3/6/14
Kiera Kolson, part Gwich’in and Tso’Tine Dene—two First Nations from Canada’s North—was recently awarded the Jonathon Solomon Youth Activist Award by the Gwich’in Steering Committe...
ICTMN Staff
3/6/14
The century-long water war between the Klamath Tribes and the farmers and ranchers upstream could be drawing to an end, as negotiations were completed on March 5 for a deal to allo...
Tanya H. Lee
3/5/14
Much has been made of the dropping of the first atomic bomb on two now-infamous cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the health-nightmare aftermath...
ICTMN Staff
3/4/14
From the Oglala Lakota Sioux on the Pine Ridge Reservation to the Rosebud Sioux and others, American Indians are standing firm against the Keystone XL pipeline, which would run thr...
ICTMN Staff
3/4/14
The elusive and mythical axolotl, woven into Aztec legend, seems to have gotten a reprieve...

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