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2014 Remember the Removal Riders Chosen
5 Prescient Aboriginal Women Leaders
Daylight Savings Time Looms This Weekend
CRYP Teaching Organic Gardening Program
It’s International Women’s Day
NMAI Profile: Orvena “Twiggy” Gregory
Doubting the Bering Strait Theory
BuzzerBeater Lands High Schooler on ESPN
Oklahoma Gov's Daughter Wears Headdress
Shocker: Tar Sands Fumes Underreported
SDSU Tribal Relations Director Moves Up
Mohawk Storyteller Kay Olan on TV
Continuing Progress With Tribes
Bareback Rider Is an Adrenaline Junkie
How Did I Miss That?
Jade Willoughby Does NY Fashion Week
100 Years Later: Still Fighting
Children Should Not Sue Their Parents
Cherokee Nation EMS Among Top 1 Percent
Nuclear Fallout Studied 70 Years Later
Thing About Skins
Rare Footage of Snow Leopards in 'Noah's Ark' in Bhutan
The snow leopard is notoriously camera-shy—it is also endangered, with something like 4,500 to 7,500 left in the wild...
Killer Whales, ‘Wolves of the Sea,’ Are Migrating North, Inuit Traditional Ecological Knowledge Reveals
The bowhead doesn’t stand a chance. His killers have surrounded him, holding him underwater and covering his blowhole so he can’t breathe...
Greenland's Indigenous Struggle With Climate Change in Documentary
"Arctic Story," a full-length documentary by photographer Jenny E...
Climate and Energy Concerns Help Nudge Doomsday Clock Closer to Midnight
In 1947, directors of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist (BAS) devised a metaphor for the world's nearness to self-annihilation they called the "Doomsday Clock." Armageddon is sy...
Manitoba Aboriginals Roadless, on Thin Ice as Temps Soar
Manitoba aboriginals are suffering from a lack of cold weather, as warmer than usual temperatures prevent the construction of ice roads to bring in supplies...
2011 Retrospective: May
He Ain’t No Geronimo The use of the code name “Geronimo” in the operation that killed Osama bin Laden shows that insensitivity won’t die...
2011 Retrospective: March
Appetite for Destruction The emerald ash borer beetle is extremely beautiful, and extraordinarily voracious...
Heroes on the Hill, 2011
WASHINGTON – 2011 saw some new and old heroes alike emerge in Washington, D.C., rooting and pushing for tribal and Indian interests...
Indigenous Peoples Call Canadian Kyoto Withdrawal Business as Usual
On the heels of the COP 17 climate talks in Durban, South Africa, the only thing surprising about Canada’s announcement on December 13 that it would no longer be a party to the Kyo...
Melting Permafrost Could Release Greenhouse Gases: NYT
Long trapped inside permafrost, stores of methane and carbon dioxide, the leading greenhouse gases, have been held in thrall for millennia...
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Video: Watch Climate Change and Drought Happen Before Your Eyes
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Saving An Ancient Yup’ik Village From the Effects of Climate Change
Obama’s Billion-Dollar Climate Resilience Fund Will Help States, Tribes Prepare
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