Tag: Tar Sands
Tanya H. Lee
A federal appeals court ruling severing the Penobscot Indian Nation from the waters of the Penobscot River “is reminiscent of federal termination policy.”
Wildfires have burned more than 56,000 acres in British Columbia, destroying homes in several First Nations, as some defy evacuation orders to fight.
Dutch bank ING says it won't invest in four major Canadian pipelines. Meanwhile, a 98-year-old activist was arrested protesting the Kinder Morgan pipeline.
Donald Trump and his not so new dysfunctional American Empire could lead us to the recognition of traditional teachings before its over.
Notable Native chefs and American Indian Movement representatives traveled to Tours, France, earlier this month to promote indigenous foods from Minnesota. Among them were The Sioux Chef Sean Sherman and his Chef de Cuisine Brian Yazzie. Several proponents of White Earth Real Wild Rice also traveled overseas with Minnesota...
With companies in decline, prices dropping and fuel-efficient vehicles on the rise, the power of the oil industry may be ebbing.
The Climate March on April 29 in D.C. is one of 250 marches worldwide to address the concerns presented by the Trump administration’s recent policies.
President Donald Trump moves Keystone XL forward with cross-border permit approval, but hurdles remain, and Indigenous Peoples will fight.
In 1991, more than 1.7 million gallons of oil spilled after a pipeline ruptured near Grand Rapids — much of which flowed into the Prairie River.
As the fight against DAPL moves to D.C. the attention of water protectors is moving to other pipeline fights around the country.
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