3 Things to Know About New Animated Series 'Molly of Denali'
The groundbreaking PBS Kids series stars 10-year-old Alaska Native Molly.
People of Color Benefit From New Public Lands Protection Bill
With bipartisan support, the Senate passed a measure that includes provisions aimed at Indigenous and African Americans.
Alaska Native Teens Honored for Role in Historic Denali Climb
John Fresden and Esaias George assisted Walter Harper in the first recorded summit of North America’s tallest mountain.
Etsy Prevents Alaska Native Artisans From Selling Ivory Art
Per the federal Marine Mammal Protection Act, indigenous people of Alaska can legally use ivory from walrus tusks and whale teeth and bones.
White House to Eliminate Office Tasked With Relocating Native Alaskan Coastal Communities
“We were getting down to the brass tacks of relocation [of towns at risk] and now work has just stopped.”
Climate Scientist Blows Whistle on Trump Administration's Department of the Interior
Joel Clement says he lost his top policy analyst position for speaking up about the dangers of climate change to Native Alaskans.
EPA Proposes to Remove Protections for Alaskan Watershed That Is Home to 30 Native Villages
The agency wants to re-open the discussion on the Pebble Mine Project, which could jeopardize the region’s wild salmon population.
Why Opening Up the Atlantic and Arctic for Offshore Drilling Matters
A new effort by the Trump administration endangers waterways necessary to livelihoods and ways of life.
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.
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.
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.
STUDY: Climate Change Perceptions Vary Among Generations of Alaska's Yup'ik and Cup'ik People
By normalizing weather instability, 18- to 29-year-olds are becoming less aware of its risks.
READ: A Proposed Coal Mine Would Put Alaskan Natives at Risk
Coal production may be falling, but one company is taking a gamble—one that would affect the Tyonek tribe’s fishing and hunting grounds.
Alaskan Native Village Votes to Leave Sinking Island
The decision is in: It’s time to go.
WATCH: Native Youth Wrestle With Environmental Change in 'Children of the Arctic'
Stream the documentary via World Channel.