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Nuclear Fallout Studied 70 Years Later
Kick Andrew Jackson Off the $20 Bill!
Welcome to Ojibwe People’s Jerusalem
What You Missed at Schimmel's Last Game
Rethinking the Education System
‘Historic’ Agreement Gets Final Approval
Interview: Jason Momoa on 'The Red Road'
116: Oldest Person Credits Sushi, Sleep
Maryland Church to Boycott NFL Team
Tribes Benefit From Federal Climate Fund
Dene Woman Wins Youth Activist Award
In Honor of Loretta Saunders
The Lillian St. Cyr Story, Part 3
Nomlakis Fund Police Mapping Software
Klamath and Farmers Agree on Water Use
Sacred Sites Bill Would Boost Protection
You’d Never Catch a Native…
Milwaukee Pow Wow Welcomes Spring
False Lightning and Buried Emotions
Family Vows to Finish Saunders Research
Thing About Skins
EPA Accepting Comments on Assessment Report Through April 14
Spring Ozone Hole in Arctic
The Arctic ozone hole (in blue) in 2006. Scientists are predicting a hole at least as large this year...
Report Finds Canada's Boreal Forest Key to World's Survival
Canada may hold the key to the world’s survival, steward as it is of the world’s largest intact forest, which contains more unfrozen water than any other ecosystem, a major U.S...
Climate Change Puts Health of Arctic Villagers on Thin Ice
Climate change hits Arctic villages first, posing new threats for water sanitation, food sourcing and preservation, and physical injury...
Arctic Coral—Who Knew?
Who knew? The Arctic has its share of coral just like the Caribbean. Only here, it’s under the ice...
Tribes' Climate Change Comments Period Extended
The President’s Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) is so eager to hear what tribes and Alaska Natives have to say about climate change and greenhouse gas emissions that it has ...
Climate Change Binds Arctic with Tropics
On the face of it, Barbados and Baffin Island would not appear to have much of anything in common...
U.S. Climate and Energy Czar Stepping Down
The Obama Administration has announced the impending departure of Carol Browner, director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy, a.k.a...
Nunavut-born Photog Has a Polar Obsession
It may be upwards of 70 degrees in Tampa, but that won’t stop the polar bears from arriving there on Tuesday night—at least photos of them...
2011 Must-watch Enviro List Mirrors N.A. Concerns
The U.S.’s highest-ranked environmental law school has released its Environmental Watch List for 2011 , and issues critical to Native Americans feature in nearly every item...
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USDA's Seven Climate Change Hubs Include Two in Indian Country
Video: Watch Climate Change and Drought Happen Before Your Eyes
'No Jobs on a Dead Planet': 10 Reasons Nurses Oppose the Keystone XL Pipeline
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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