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Polley Mine Spill Still Poisoning BC Waterways Two Years Later: First Nations
Almost two years to the day since Imperial Metals’ Polley Mine spewed four billion gallons of wastewater and toxic sludge into the pristine forests of northeastern British Columbia...
Cherokee Citizens Seek Donations for Flood-Ravaged Community
The Chewey Community on the Cherokee Nation suffered greatly in December’s record-breaking floods, with many people losing everything they owned...
Record-Breaking Floods Inundate Parts of Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Nation Emergency Management Services were on full alert after rivers and creeks in Northeastern Oklahoma swelled out of their banks for the second time this year...
Red Guide to Disaster Recovery Releases Native American Edition
It’s no secret that American Indian tribes are facing the brunt of the climate crisis, and that this often takes the form of dealing with disasters...
Drought Wins: USDA Declares 10 Western Counties as 'Primary Natural Disaster Areas'
A whopping 10 counties in Arizona and New Mexico have been declared primary natural disaster areas by the U.S...
FEMA Disaster Declaration for Rain-Soaked Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians
The downpours that lashed drought-stricken Southern California late last year wreaked havoc on the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians , and on January 27 President Barack Obama declare...
Quinault Flooding: Before Clear-Cutting, Watershed Prevented Overflow
In its natural state, before the logging and development and riprap, the Quinault River watershed worked like a finely tuned machine...
Washington State Official Joins Northwest Tribes in Urging Oil Train Regulation
Washington State’s rail system is aging, and that combined with the flammability of Bakken crude oil spell danger for ecosystems and people, a top official and 10 tribes said in a ...
Part of Aral Sea Dries Up: Biggest Environmental Disaster in Human History
It took millions of years for the Aral Sea to form, and just a few decades to divest it of water...
FEMA Ups Tribal Engagement With New Consultation Policy
Building on last year’s Stafford Act amendment making tribes eligible to apply directly for federal disaster aid, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has upped its engag...
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