Computer rendition of Barrio Blanco Hydroelectric Dam.
Flood gates from a reservoir were opened and washed homes...
At 143-miles long, the 42-inch diameter Trans Pecos pipeline will conceivably transfer 1.4 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas from Fort Stockton, Texas to a pipeline along the U.S.-Mexican border near Presidio, Texas. Photo Credit: naturalgasintel.
A plan for an extensive pipeline costing hundreds of...
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues has...
Global warming may have started far earlier than anyone has...
Brazil's environmental officials said that the license for...
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Mark R. Day
5/30/16
José González is driving his GMC pickup to Tijuana, Mexico, for an indigenous cultural event. As he approaches the border, he describes how he entered the U.S...
Mark R. Day
5/30/16
Indigenous migrants from Mexico and Guatamala have been arriving since the 1980s not only in California, but also in cities and rural areas throughout the United States. U.S...
Tim Radford, Climate News
5/26/16
Global warming could have even more devastating consequences than anybody so far has predicted...
Steve Russell
5/25/16
Luis Guerra had a dream, an aspiration that started 28 years ago...
Rick Kearns
5/23/16
Another indigenous Honduran activist was shot at by ex-Honduran military recently and the activist's allies, which include the organization directed by the slain Berta Cáceres, are...
Anne Minard
5/20/16
In a room filled with song, two mighty spiritual traditions came together this week to celebrate sacred ground, and the life force that emanates from Mother Earth herself...
ICTMN Staff
5/20/16
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) is wrapping up the 15th session today while hearing from individuals speaking on indigenous issues and the right fo...
Alexander Nazaryan, Newsweek
5/14/16
The Hanford Nuclear Reservation sits on the plains of eastern Washington, where the state meets Oregon and Idaho...
Steve Russell
5/13/16
Indigenous Pacific Islanders in the Solomon Islands are watching their homes disappear into the ocean as climate change raises the sea level and the natural trade wind cycle physic...

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