Dean B. Suagee
11/26/14

In June 2014, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a proposed regulation known as the Clean Power Plan rule....

Johnson Meninick Yakama Nation
Richard Walker
11/13/14
The Chehalis Tribe, the Skokomish Tribe and a Yakama elder are recipients of honors for cultural, environmental and historical preservation...
ICTMN Staff
10/8/14
With all the fighting in the world today, you’d think the animals, at least, would get along. But tell that to these marsupials...
ICTMN Staff
10/1/14
It took millions of years for the Aral Sea to form, and just a few decades to divest it of water...
Mustafa Santiago Ali, EPA
6/26/14
Climate change is real, its impacts are enormous, and we are already seeing these effects across the planet today...
Jay Daniels
6/26/14

The Tulsa World Sunday, June 9 edition published an article by Russell Gold. Gold is the author of a new book on fracking called “The Boom.” He also has covered the energy industry for the Wall Street Journal since 2002....

Tim Seward
6/20/14

“Climate change, once considered an issue for a distant future, has moved firmly into the present.” With this statement, the Third National Climate Assessment: Climate Change Impacts in the United States (Climate Assessment) signals a sea change in the way governments must think...

Devin Etcitty
6/9/14

Understanding history and fighting inequalities go hand in hand. I want to help stop the Keystone XL pipeline, but I feel like I would create more damage because of the privileges....

Terri Hansen
5/6/14
It is no secret that American Indian communities are at the forefront of climate change...
Sharon M. Day
4/13/14

Soon, we begin the third of our River Water Walks. The Ohio River Water Walk begins April 22 in Pittsburgh. The Ohio is the most polluted river in the United States. Once it ran pure and clean and at times the water level was so low, our ancestors could walk across it....

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