ICTMN Staff
11/5/13
On October 29, a federal judge hearing a case about coal ash issued a memorandum in a lawsuit challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s failure to finalize federal regulati...
Anne Minard
9/27/13
The Shoshone-Bannock tribes are hardly alone when it comes to dealing with the repercussions of the world’s hunger for phosphorus...
Anne Minard
9/26/13
While the pollution at the FMC site rivals the story in the movie Erin Brockovich , the story of phosphate in Idaho actually has a much wider reach, spanning the entire Phosphoria ...
Anne Minard
9/26/13
With a $57 million price tag, the EPA’s new plan to cope with pollution at a defunct phosphorus plant on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation would appear to be ambitious...
Anne Minard
9/25/13
This is the first story in a three-part series about phosphate mining in southeast Idaho and its effects on the Shoshone-Bannock tribes...
Barbara Fraser
9/17/13
Indigenous people, especially children, in Peru’s southeastern Madre de Dios region have high levels of mercury in their bodies, a new study has found...
Tanya Lee
8/6/13
The themes of environmental justice and economic development by way of getting greener top the list of priorities for Gina McCarthy, the new administrator of the U.S...
Anne Minard
7/31/13
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly hosted a small gathering in Window Rock, Arizona on Tuesday to celebrate the signing of a lease extension with the coal-fired Navajo Generating S...
Paul Moorehead
7/26/13

In fiscal year 2014, the federal government will spend about $3.8 trillion, which breaks down into mandatory spending (64 percent), interest on the national debt (6 percent), and discretionary spending (30 percent)....

Nathan Small
7/1/13

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Unilateral Administrative Order (UAO) is unacceptable to the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of Fort Hall, Idaho. EPA paves the way for FMC Corp. to sweep their 50-year legacy of waste under the rug....

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