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Feds Release $9 Million for Cleanup of Abandoned Coal Mines on Tribal Lands
The Navajo Nation and the Crow and Hopi tribes, plagued with issues stemming from hazardous abandoned coalmines, are eligible for more than $9 million in federal funding for cleanu...
9 Billion Tons of Coal: The Crow Coal-to-Liquids Project
Crow Agency, the administrative headquarters of the Crow or Apsaalooke Nation, lies near the Little Bighorn River and the Battle of the Greasy Grass in south-central Montana...
Video: Black Mesa’s Dirty Business: Slow Death by Coal
Jorge Martin Melchor
In northern Arizona's Black Mesa region, many Navajo are hoping President Barack Obama’s policy to move away from fossil fuels will help reduce environmental and health concerns fr...
Chris Cline, the New King Coal, Likes to Swing His Big Iron Fist
Mary Annette Pember
At first glance, Chris Cline, owner of The Cline Group, the parent company of Gogebic Taconite (GTAC) would have been a perfect subject for the old TV show, “Lifestyles of the Rich...
Monster Slayers: Can the Navajo Nation Kick the Coal Habit?
“In the far back times of the Dine people, monsters roamed the lands. And in those times, there were great beings who were called upon to slay the monsters...
Navajo Nation Council Tables Navajo Generating Station Lease
The Navajo Nation Council has tabled a decision on a lease renewal with the Navajo Generating Station, the controversial, coal-fired power plant on tribal land near Page, Arizona...
Bad River Tribal Chairman Questions Wisconsin State Legislators Mining Consultation Practices
The Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa are wondering what happened to government-to-government consultation when it comes to the Wisconsin State legislature—which allegedly r...
The Navajo Nation Seeks to End a Mining Lawsuit
The Navajo Nation, facing conflict over the expansion of a mine that supplies coal to the Four Corners Power Plant, unsuccessfully invoked sovereignty in an environmental advocacy ...
Chickaloon Tribe Opposes Another Proposed Coal Mine
With the controversial Wishbone Hill coal mine proceeding Near Sutton, in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley of Southcentral Alaska, an organization has offered to lease a large tract of...
EPA Poised to Issue Industrial-emissions Rules
Coal-plant mercury emissions will soon be regulated, good news for the tens of thousands of American Indians whose lives have been poisoned by mercury and other contaminants...
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