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Trump’s Republicans Will Champion More Coal This Election
TRAHANT REPORTS —It’s time for the Republican Party and its soon-to-be nominee Donald J. Trump making their best case for winning the White House and Congress...
The Power of ‘What If?’ Paying Tribes to Leave Coal in the Ground
What if? Two words that ought to be the every day language in politics. What if we tried this? What if we did that? What if we imagined?...
The Deep Political Divide on Energy and Climate Issues
TRAHANT REPORTS —There is probably no greater divide between Republicans and Democrats than on energy and climate issues...
The Politics of Leaving Coal Buried Deep in the Ground
First in a series. It’s tempting to think of Indian country as a “singular” voice...
Environmentalists Plan to Sue Feds for Approving Navajo Coal Mine Ops
Environmental groups are threatening to sue federal agencies over the feds’ recent approval of ongoing operations at the Navajo Mine, which supplies the notoriously polluting Four ...
Totem Travels 1,300 Miles to Sites Threatened by Coal Terminals in Northwest
It traveled nearly 1,300 miles, a 3,000-pound Lummi Totem Pole hand-carved from old-growth cedar, carried with ceremony and blessing to the sites of proposed coal rail terminals al...
Crow Tribe Inks Partnership to Develop Washington State Coal Port
The Crow Tribe of Montana has inked a partnership with Cloud Peak Energy and SSA Marine for a five percent share of Gateway Pacific Terminal, the coal export terminal proposed in n...
Obama Steps Up Climate Protections With Clean Power Plan
President Barack Obama is stepping up efforts to combat climate change as he nears the end of his second and last term, with tribes among the beneficiaries of new policies and gran...
$168 Million Settlement Between Navajo Coal Plant and Environmental Protection Agency
The Environmental Protection Agency has announced a $168 million settlement to help remedy pollution from a coal-fired power plant on the Navajo Nation...
Tribal Leaders in Pacific Northwest Take a Stand Against Coal Terminals
An alliance of tribal leaders and members from the Lower Elwha, Quinault, Tulalip, Spokane, Swinomish, Yakama and Tsleil-Waututh First Nation joined the Lummi Nation in Seattle las...
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