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May
14

Indian Country Leading Green Building Revolution

Two prototype green homes have been built, attempting to regenerate the environment, the people and the culture. Modeled loosely on traditional roundhouses, they will provide a blueprint for 15 new healthy, water-and energy-efficient residences the Pinoleville Pomo Nation hopes to construct.

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Apr
30

Oklahoma Tribes Partner on Chilocco Property Wind Farm

Four tribes celebrated Earth Day April 22 by breaking ground on a new eco-friendly business enterprise at a former Indian boarding school.

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Apr
20

Moapa Band of Piautes Leads Earth Day March Celebrating Solar Project

Two groups, starting at the site of the new solar development, lead an Earth day parade supporting solar power, protesting coal powered energy and  celebrating the closing announcement of the Reid Gardner coal plant.

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Apr
4

Red Lake Band of Chippewa Determined in Blockade Atop Four Enbridge Pipelines in Minnesota

More than a month after members of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa set up camp atop four oil pipelines to protest Enbridge Inc.’s alleged lack of easements across their tribal territory, protesters remain determined to convince Enbridge Inc. to shut off or move the pipelines.

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Mar
27

Native American women walking length of river, raising pollution awareness

Five native American women have begun to walk the length of the Mississippi River, gathering followers along their journey as they raise awareness about water pollution.

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Mar
25

Pollution from Canada threatens fish downstream

A study by University of Montana researchers shows that pollutants leeching into the heavily mined Elk River drainage in southeastern British Columbia have reached alarming levels, particularly as selenium threatens critical fish habitat in Canada, as well as downstream in Montana.

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Mar
6

Enbridge declines to pay for new studies on oil spill damage

Trustees of the National Resource Damage Assessment, comprised of groups including two tribal governments, wants Enbridge to participate in studies involving vegetation and recreational use in the area affected by the company’s 2010 tar sands oil spill.

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Mar
4

Litigation expected over proposed mining bill

The future of an iron ore mine in northern Wisconsin could be influenced by the Bad River Chippewa, which opposes the project and recently received authority from the federal government to regulate water pollution on and off the reservation.

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Feb
19

Colville tribes earn environmental award

The Sierra Club honored the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation and a former mayor of Quincy for their work to protect the environment. The tribes received a watershed heroes award and former Mayor Patty Martin received an environmental justice award.

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Feb
11

Stillaguamish tribe invests in MicroGREEN Polymers

The Stillaguamish tribe in Arlington, Washington has made a $5 million investment in MicroGREEN, a UW-based food-packaging company, to expand production of its eco-friendly products.

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