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The Green New Deal is nonsensical, unworkable and simply a departure from reality.
A clear and shared vision among Democrats is the only way to compete against 'Make America Great Again.'
Despite continued court delays, confidence remains high among the young people -- including Native youth -- suing the government for its support of fossil fuels.
Canadian constitutional law and Aboriginal law are not likely what comes to mind when identifying the cause of a wildfire disaster.
Can the government be sued for climate change? Native youth are hoping they can.
Two of the top oil and gas producing states are also the leaders in renewable power.
Agriculture is big business in Indian Country. So is construction. Both are impacted by Trump's trade war.
Addressing climate change in Indigenous contexts requires leadership from Indigenous peoples, communities, organizations and governments.
The Trump administration’s position on the Arctic raises so many questions about Indigenous governance (and knowledge).
Extinction is the new normal, according to a new report that draws on Indigenous and local knowledge.
A voyage around the world offered a new generation of Hawaiians lessons about Earth’s uncertain future.
The Climate Action Now Act would require the U.S. to meet the obligations of a global climate change accord.
Indian Country's list of infrastructure needs tops $50 billion for roads, hospitals, schools, water systems. So where's the money?
Arizona isn’t known as a big oil producing state, like Texas and North Dakota, but what oil is produced here is on Navajo land.
Climate change is already damaging Indigenous ways of life. But tribes are adapting.
A 'landmark' ruling against energy development is being credited to tribes who secured victories in court.
Indian Country, like other rural parts of the country, is right in the middle of changing times.
What border communities really need are solutions to address economic, health and climate problems — and the mesquite tree can help.
European colonization had devastating consequences for indigenous populations.
The so-called Green New Deal is here and its policy is the definition of socialism.
It’s the land that brings us together, the land that teaches relationship-based ways of knowing about the natural world and its food systems.
It’s very clear that conservatives have one plan for dealing with the popularity of the Green New Deal.
Climate change has been really tough on tribes across the country, officials told the House Subcommittee for Indigenous People of the United States.
Rep. Deb Haaland (D-New Mexico) is leading a climate change hearing as chair of the House Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests, and Public Lands.
With key Trump officials in the audience, the nation's largest and oldest inter-tribal advocacy group opened a historic week in Washington with a stinging rebuke of the president and his policies.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey unveiled the 'Green New Deal' with goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions.
Tribal and Native leaders will discuss how climate change affects their communities at a hearing on Capitol Hill.
In her new role as vice chair of the House Committee on Natural Resources, Rep. Deb Haaland (D-New Mexico) spoke from the heart at a hearing on climate change.
After a somewhat disappointing start in the Trump era, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs continues to hit the ground running.
Americans deserve better than to foot the bill for the Green New Deal’s reckless, expensive, and unattainable goals.
Citing Standing Rock as a driving force, Democrats in Congress are calling for a Green New Deal to address climate change and other issues.
In less than a hundred years, the Indigenous population in the Americas was reduced by 90 percent.
Fawn Sharp has a message for big oil: Time’s up.
Ground zero in the global battle against climate chaos this week is in Wet'suwet'en territory, in northern British Columbia.
A new climate report released by the Trump administration predicts significant -- and expensive -- impacts on the planet as a result of climate change.
Election Day is finally here and Native candidates across the nation are hoping to secure victory at the polls in what has become a landmark year for the Native vote.
The Yurok Tribe is buying back ancestral lands, rebuilding its economy and becoming more self-sufficient.
Tribes will ramp up efforts to hold corporations accountable for climate change after the energy industry invested another $5 million to stop their campaign.
The Trump administration has put fossil fuel interests over the planet’s life support system.
Tribal leaders are stepping up to pass a ballot initiative that aims to hold corporations accountable for climate change.
Developed over thousands of years, Native architecture can build climate resiliency.
Climate activists in Portland, Oregon, celebrate a win against Big Oil as city- and state-level initiatives gain momentum across the country.
The Affiliated Tribes of the Northwest Indians and eight Pacific Northwest tribes joined We Are Still In, a coalition of leaders confronting climate change in the face of federal inaction.
The U.S. Supreme Court won't be hearing a climate change dispute that drew intense interest among Alaska Natives.
The Trump administration, and its allies in Congress, are fighting a losing war.
On a cold wintry day, hundreds of concerned Tennesseans protested the U.S. government’s decision, spearheaded by President Trump, to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord.
A Pueblo citizen who could become the first Native woman in Congress is ready to fight President Donald Trump.
Two serious debates in Washington right now: Climate change and taxes. These are connected.
Texas. Florida. Puerto Rico. California. The growing climate disaster toll ought to raise questions about where humans can and should live.
A climate tax, a Senate seat, and the revival of a Canadian political party are three fights ahead for the #NativeVote in 2018.
The Swinomish of Washington produced a climate adaptation plan two years before the state. Now it’s a template for all of Indian Country.
Oil companies like to push the narrative that Alaskans want more oil development, but that’s not true.
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, a young activist, is a plaintiffs in a lawsuit that seeks to force the federal government to take a more serious stand on climate change.
A scientist at the Department of the Interior says the Trump administration retaliated against him for speaking out in defense of Alaska Native communities.
The Navajo Nation has taken a stand on climate change, Kayla DeVault writes on Indian Country Media Network.