‘Sister, where did you g...

May 1, 2019 by

It is 10 years since Alyssa McLemore, 21, disappeared. Hers is just one of literally countless such cases across the US

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Remember the rainforests? We s...

Apr 25, 2019 by

Every half hour, the world lost a football-field chunk of tropical forest in 2018.

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CLIMATE CHANGE FORCES NORTHWES...

Mar 24, 2017 by

[Translate]   Zoe Loftus-Farren, Earth Island Journal | Op-Ed Fawn Sharp grew up in Taholah village, a small community on the...

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Clear Evidence Emerges of Outr...

Oct 28, 2016 by

[Translate] Environment Police departments around the country are sending reinforcements to North Dakota to support mining companies....

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New World Bank Policies Imperi...

Aug 7, 2016 by

[Translate]   By Cyril Mychalejko, teleSUR The World Bank approved Thursday its new “Environmental and Social...

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U.S.-CANADA PACT ERASES ARCTIC...

Apr 22, 2016 by

[Translate]   By Valerie Brown / Climate News Network  VIA TRUTHDIG   The Trans-Alaska pipeline runs 800 miles from the Arctic Ocean...

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THE INDIGENOUS WORLD UNDER A N...

Mar 27, 2016 by

[Translate] Millions of indigenous peoples living in Fourth World territories around the world have been and continue to be exposed...

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This doomed Alaskan village sh...

Dec 16, 2014 by

[Translate] Angela By Kate Sheppard Cross-posted from Huffington Post It’s a Wednesday morning in late August, the first day of...

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Peru Prepares to Host Climate ...

Nov 17, 2014 by

[Translate] human rights By Andrew C. Revkin...

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A Fresh Look at Iron, Plankton...

Jul 20, 2014 by

[Translate] technology By ANDREW C. REVKIN  NYTDOT Video of the 2012 Haida iron fertilization effort Two years ago this month, an...

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Caribbean Reparations Initiati...

May 26, 2014 by

[Translate]  By Don Rojas, Truthout | News Analysis The headquarters of CARICOM, the Secretariat of the Caribbean Community, is just...

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Karuk Tribe: Learning from the...

Oct 18, 2012 by

Tribes like the Karuk are among the hardest hit by the effects of climate change, despite their traditionally low-carbon lifestyles.

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