Native Activist Richard Oakes Honored with Google Doodle
The Alcatraz occupation leader and Native studies pioneer would have been 75 today.
Tribes Unite Across U.S. and Canada to Oppose Keystone XL in Declaration
It is intended as a message to President Donald Trump and may be sent to the United Nations.
U.S. Bank Pulls Funds from All Oil and Gas Pipeline Construction
The financial institution is, instead, prioritizing solar and wind.
#NoDAPL Camps Move to Iowa Where Legal Battle Continues
Landowners argue that the Iowa Utilities Board wrongfully took their land via eminent domain.
EPA Clears Path for Alaskan Mining Project
The Obama administration blocked the Pebble Mine Project in 2014 out of concern for its impact on waterways and dependent communities.
A Louisiana Parish Just Received $45 Million To Help Rebuild From the BP Oil Spill
Plaquemines Parish still deals with the impact of the 2010 accident, and experts have differing ideas on how the money can best help the community.
Pipeline Expansion in Northeast Threatens Tribe's Ceremonial Land
The Narragansett Indian Tribe accused the Federal Regulatory Commission of violating federal law May 9.
WWII Film Casts White Actor as Native Hawaiian, Critics Accuse Production of Whitewashing
Zachary McGowan will portray Benehakaka "Ben" Kanahele—a Native Hawaiian who earned a Purple Heart for his heroics during World War II—in the upcoming "Niʻihau."
Dakota Access Pipeline Sees Its First Spill
The 1,172-mile long crude oil pipeline is not yet operational.
Ryan Zinke to Native Protestor: 'Be Nice, Don't Be Rude'
The secretary of the interior had some words for Navajo activist Cassandra Begay during a visit to Bears Ears National Monument in Utah.
26 Activists Arrested in Seattle #ShutDownChase Actions
Native-led demonstrators hit 13 branches of JPMorgan Chase bank for the company's dealings with TransCanada, the company behind the Keystone XL pipeline.
U.S. Native Coastal Communities Moving Due to Change Climate Change
Rising sea levels, eroding coasts and flooding are forcing 17 communities to relocate, according to a new analysis.
DAPL Developer Has 2 New Natural Gas Pipelines in West Texas
After months of pushback from local Native and Latinx environmentalists, the Comanche Trail and Trans-Pecos pipelines are in service.
The People's Climate March Is Over. Now What?
Five organizers on where the movement heads following last weekend's big event in Washington, D.C.
Must-See Tweets From the People's Climate March
Organizers estimate more than 150,000 people showed up, despite record-breaking heat in Washington, D.C.
Severe Flooding in the South Kills 2, Puts North Carolina County in State of Emergency
When a community floods, its people of color are often hit the hardest.
3 State Reps Announce Congressional Caucus Dedicated to Environmental and Climate Justice
The task force aims to provide marginalized groups with a voice.
President Signs Executive Order to Review National Monument Designations
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is expected to submit a final report within 120 days.
Two Recent Climate Change Studies Paint A Grim Picture
The manmade global catastrophe is already influencing extreme weather—and that includes in the Arctic, where sea ice is melting rapidly.
ICYMI: North Dakota Court Closes 47 Cases Relating to DAPL Protests
However, no felony charges were dropped.