Mary Annette Pember
5/13/14
Walking through the city in the rain while carrying a copper bucket of water and an eagle feather was not how I had planned to celebrate Mother’s Day...
Barbara Fraser
3/3/14
When Ander Ordóñez learned the extent of pollution among the Kukama indigenous communities along the Marañón River in Peru’s northeastern Amazon region, he was not surprised...
ICTMN Staff
1/24/14
Freedom Industries, safe for now behind its Chapter 11 bankruptcy barricade, has revealed that a second chemical also escaped during the January 9 spill into the Elk River in West ...
ICTMN Staff
1/20/14
As the last of the tap water use bans were lifted for residents of West Virginia, the company whose coal-processing chemical had spilled into the Elk River filed for Chapter 11 pro...
Vincent Schilling
1/15/14
The pollution tainting the water of American Indians and West Virginia residents is nothing new, Native leaders said as the state’s attorney general and other authorities launched ...
Vincent Schilling
1/14/14
American Indians were mobilizing this week to help more than 4,000 Natives who are among the 300,000 people without potable water in the wake of a January 9 chemical spill that ren...
Terri Hansen
1/12/14
The problems associated with contamination in Northwestern waters are mounting...
ICTMN Staff
12/3/13
Nearly a million fish are dying annually, and thousands of others are being deformed, by coal ash in Sutton Lake outside Wilmington, North Carolina, according to a new study...
Konnie LeMay
3/8/13
Eight days into a 1,200-mile trek along one of the longest rivers in the United States—the iconic Mississippi—Sharon Day was looking to hit mile 125 by day’s end...
Jack McNeel
3/6/13
The Colville Confederated Tribes’ successful effort to hold a British Columbia smelter accountable for dumping pollutants into the Columbia River for a century has caught the atten...

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