The Trump Administration Suggests Reducing the Size of Bears Ears National Monument
The site, home to ancient cliff dwellings and ancient rock art, currently covers 1.35 million acres.
U.S. Does Not Sign G7 Document on Climate Change
This is the administration’s latest move in staying out of the Paris Agreement.
5 Things to Know About The Youth-Led Climate Lawsuit Against Trump
For one, the case didn’t always involve the 45th president.
ICYMI: This Podcast Breaks Down a Deeper Issue Hidden in the Paris Agreement Withdrawal
And that’s environmental racism.
Trump's Latest Environment Nominee Has History With Oil and Gas Industry
The president announced Jeffrey Bossert Clark as his assistant attorney general nominee for the Department of Justice’s Environment and Natural Resources Division.
Navajo Nation Moves Forward on Coal Plant Lease Extension
In order to extend through 2019, the tribe still needs the approval of two-thirds of the full council.
READ: An Alaska Native Village Faces Relocation Due to Climate Change
The town was hoping to receive funds for the move, but the proposed federal budget eliminates all funding earmarked for it.
Politicians and Environmentalists React After Trump Pulls US From Paris Agreement
The president says he’s open to negotiating the terms of the agreement, though world leaders assert it can not be renegotiated.
Report Outlines How Federal Agencies Can Improve Tribal Consultation
But none of it is enforceable.
Report Claims the Company Behind DAPL Tried to Sabotage the Movement
The Dakota Access Pipeline developer used counterterrorism tactics to monitor and surveil pipeline protestors, says a new investigative article.
Diverse Alliance Calls on Interior Secretary to Protect Arctic and Atlantic From Drilling
The 38 groups include Latinx, Black, Asian American and indigenous people.
Company Behind Dakota Access In Spotlight for Numerous Pipeline Incidents
The Dakota Access Pipeline has already had three spills; the Rover Pipeline is facing litigation over incidents, too.
READ: In Nebraska, a Tribe Joins With Landowners to Challenge Keystone XL
The Ponca Tribe may not live on Nebraskan land anymore, but it’s still their home.
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.