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It's All Over: Melting of Western Antarctic Ice Sheet Unstoppable, NASA Says
For the past few years climate scientists have been warning that Earth is nearing a tipping point, a juncture after which damage is irreversible and there’s no turning back...
Mohawk and Lakota Activists Light Fire for Climate Action
Karenna Gore, The Union Forum
The dispossession of Native peoples, the exploitation of land for resources and profit, and the suppression of indigenous spiritual practices have always operated in concert...
Climate Disruptions Hitting More and More Tribal Nations
Native Americans have long had a close relationship with their lands and waters—sacred places and resources that define their lives...
Obama’s Climate Change Report Lays Out Dire Scenario, Highlights Effects on Natives
Increasing forest fires, dwindling water supply, melting Arctic ice that makes hunting and other traditional activities dangerous, and forced relocation are just some of the effect...
9 Tribal Nations Taking a Direct Hit From Climate Change
It is no secret that American Indian communities are at the forefront of climate change...
New Report Aims to Help Navajo Nation Cope With Climate Change
Climate change presents both challenges and opportunities for the Navajo Nation, and a new report from the University of Colorado at Boulder outlines what some of those are...
Climate Change Is Real, Let’s Fight It Together
Quinault Nation Press Release
President Fawn Sharp of the Quinault Indian Nation says she is happy to participate on the Carbon Emissions Reduction Task Force Governor Jay Inslee created by executive order yest...
Back to 350, Part 2: Confronting Climate Change in Indian Country
Garrit Voggesser and Alexis Bonogofsky
Indian Country Today Media Network contributor Terri Hansen asked a number of tribal environmental experts how we can get back from the dangerous 400 parts per million of carbon di...
Climate Change: What Will It Take to Get Back to 350 (ppm)?
In the wake of Earth Day, as protests against the Keystone XL pipeline continue this week in Washington D.C., concerns about climate change reign paramount in the minds of many...
Tonya Gonnella Frichner: ‘Mother Earth Is a Relative, Not a Resource’
Gale Courey Toensing
At an Earth Day event at the United Nations, Tonya Gonnella Frichner, a celebrated advocate for Indigenous Peoples human rights in the international arena, gave a passionate speech...
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