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NCAIED President Is in Washington, D.C.
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State of Indian Nations Addressed Issues
Shoni Schimmel Madness!
Murkowski Blasts Obama Alaska Protection
Effects of Gold, Greed and Genocide Era
Empowering Indian Country
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Chili’s Coming to Southeast Oklahoma
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Pass Indian Housing Reauthorization
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Mother Earth's Slow Burn: Climate Change Indicators Climbing, Says NOAA
The signs of climate change—rising oceans, melting Arctic ice and increasing greenhouse gases among them—are continuing inexorably, the U.S...
Antarctic Mud Tells Tales of Ancient Ocean Rise
Two complementary studies are showing the potential result of Antarctic ice melt on ocean levels and indicating that the effects of increased greenhouse gases stay with us long aft...
Been There, Dung That: 10 Ways Excrement Can Save the World
Euphemistically known as waste-to-energy, the possibilities afforded by excrement are, well, excremental...
The Ultimate Before/After Video: How Humans Ravage Mother Earth
This video starts out with nice music and beautiful scenes of the variety of Mother Earth...
The World's Best View: 5 Things That Seeing Earth From Outer Space Can Teach Us
The sight of Mother Earth hanging out there all exposed and alone (so far as we know) against the blackness of space helped spark the environmental movement when photos were broadc...
Antarctic Ice Sheets, Melting From Underneath, Dissolving Faster Than Anyone Knew
Antarctic ice, long thought to be disappearing more slowly than that of the Arctic or even growing slightly, has been sneakily melting from underneath, a new study shows...
Climate Change Suspected in Early Arrival of Ephemeral Noctilucent Clouds
Diaphanous, ephemeral, the clouds of summer sunsets that usually arrive in June are early this year, and some researchers believe that may be fueled by climate change...
What Lies Beneath: Digitally Denuded Antarctic Shows Land Mass Stripped of Ice
The sprawling land mass that is Antarctica—under all that ice, that is—has been unveiled, at least digitally...
400-Year-Old Moss Emerges From Under Arctic Glacier, Still Alive
It’s eons-old moss, and it has not been seen in at least 400 years, scientists say...
Climate Change: Mount Everest Is Melting
In what may be the most glaring example of climate change yet, the glaciers atop iconic Mount Everest are melting...
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