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Feds Reach Out to Natives on Climate Change at Tribal Nations Conference
Building on the participation of tribes announced in President Barack Obama’s recent executive order laying out a plan to deal with climate change, the National Congress of America...
Indigenous Perspectives Fill Entire October Issue of Peer-Reviewed Climate-Change Journal
Tanya H. Lee
As climate change alters the very environment that sustains us, traditional knowledge and Western science find themselves intersecting more and more...
5 of the Scariest Findings by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
There’s no mistake, according to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC): Humans are responsible for the bulk of the shifting environmental realities th...
Scary Video by NASA Brings U.N. Climate Change Predictions to Life
In concert with the report released by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change on Friday September 27, NASA has released a video showing the upcoming changes g...
No Doubt: Humans Responsible for Climate Change, U.N. Panel Finds
The United Nations has analyzed all the data, and in a new report states unequivocally that humans are the primary cause of climate change worldwide...
Scorched Earth Policy: Indian Country Among Climate Hot Spots
Southern and southeastern Asia, western and central Europe, eastern South America and southern Australia are among the regions most vulnerable to climate change on Earth, a new map...
Ice Melt on Steroids: Greenland's Ice Sheet Being Cooked From Above and Below
Is Mother Earth melting from the inside out?...
Mother Earth's Slow Burn: Climate Change Indicators Climbing, Says NOAA
The signs of climate change—rising oceans, melting Arctic ice and increasing greenhouse gases among them—are continuing inexorably, the U.S...
Antarctic Mud Tells Tales of Ancient Ocean Rise
Two complementary studies are showing the potential result of Antarctic ice melt on ocean levels and indicating that the effects of increased greenhouse gases stay with us long aft...
400-Year-Old Moss Emerges From Under Arctic Glacier, Still Alive
It’s eons-old moss, and it has not been seen in at least 400 years, scientists say...
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Take Heed City Dwellers: It’s Hot and Getting Hotter
Indigenous Peoples at Forefront of Historic People’s Climate March in New York City
Video: People’s Climate March Lays Out the Science, Dovetailing With Traditional Knowledge
Video: Scientists Get Into the Nut of Climate Change
Indigenous Peoples Essential to Climate Movement, March Organizers Say
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