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Disasters and Triumphs: 10 Major Environmental Stories in Indian Country During 2014
The 10 most prominent environmental stories of 2014 constituted a wide range of events—extreme weather, natural disasters, major administrative decisions and potent activism...
Yakama Nation Sues Army Corps of Engineers in Columbia River Superfund Site Cleanup
The Yakama Nation is suing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for allegedly excluding the tribe from cleanup input at the Bradford Island Superfund site on the Columbia River...
$342 Million to Clean Duwamish River Superfund Site: EPA Finalizes Plan
After 14 years of study the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released a $342 million plan for cleaning up most of the pollution in the lower Duwamish River...
Kill the Land, Kill the People: There Are 532 Superfund Sites in Indian Country!
Of a total of 1,322 Superfund sites as of June 5, 2014, nearly 25 percent of them are in Indian country...
Quapaw Take Lead in Tar Creek Superfund Site Cleanup in Oklahoma, Kansas
Fresh off success in cleaning up the Catholic Forty, part of the Tar Creek Superfund site, the Quapaw have signed an agreement to clean up two other sections of the massive contami...
7 Major Environmental Disasters in Indian Country
Colonization and the corporate mentality that grew out of it have been ravaging Indian country for centuries...
The Wound That Won’t Heal: The World’s Hunger for More Phosphorus
The Shoshone-Bannock tribes are hardly alone when it comes to dealing with the repercussions of the world’s hunger for phosphorus...
The Wound That Won’t Heal: Idaho’s Far-Reaching Phosphate Pollution
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 ...
The Wound That Won’t Heal: EPA’s Band-Aid on Idaho Phosphate Pollution
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...
The Wound That Won’t Heal: Idaho’s Phosphate Problem
This is the first story in a three-part series about phosphate mining in southeast Idaho and its effects on the Shoshone-Bannock tribes...