UPDATE: Judge Likely to Make Decision on DAPL Operations in September
A U.S. District Court judge will hear arguments from both sides throughout the summer.
REPORT: Bank Investments in Fossil Fuels Threaten Climate Change Goals
A new report finds that with $87 billion going toward the fossil fuel industry last year, banks are funding the possible failure of the Paris Agreement.
This #WorldRefugeeDay, Let's Remember the Victims of Climate Change
By 2050, we could see up to 350 million climate refugees.
SCOTUS Rules That Government Can't Censor Offensive Trademarks
Even if they disparage an ethnicity or race.
LISTEN: Rewire's CHOICE/LESS Podcast Takes on Sterilization Abuse in Native Communities
The episode is a deep dive into the history of sterilization among Native communities at the hands of U.S. government and medical officials.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Gains Ground in Dakota Access Court Case
The Army Corps of Engineers did not “adequately consider the impacts of an oil spill on fishing rights, hunting rights or environmental justice,” per the court order.
Climate Change Mentions Are Deleted From the Bureau of Indian Affairs' Website
This is the second website to remove all mentions of the manmade catastrophe.
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.