Climate Indigenous Affairs
South Africa’s High Court sided with Indigenous communities
In their legal victory over Shell, South Africa’s Indigenous communities continue to assert their power.
Wet’suwet’en land defenders call on United Nations to visit proposed pipeline
The Coastal Gaslink project will transport fracked natural gas across unceded Indigenous territory
Historic flooding and a housing crisis left evicted Nooksack members with nowhere to go
Faced with disenrollment and climate change, Nooksack tribal members are seeking human rights protections from the U.N.
The Biden administration is spending billions to clean up toxic abandoned coal mines
But it still isn't enough.
Want to heal the planet? Stop ignoring Indigenous science.
A Q&A with Jessica Hernandez, a Maya Ch’orti and Binnizá-Zapotec environmental scientist.
The boreal of Minnesota could look like Kansas if CO2 emissions remain ‘business as usual’
From Minnesota to the Northwest Territories, researchers are studying dramatic changes in the vast northern forests.
Clean energy goes up against tribal rights and biodiversity in Nevada
A geothermal power plant is the latest battlefield for Biden’s green vision.
An illustrated guide to 2021’s pipeline battles
Keystone, Dakota Access, Line 3: 2021 was a big year for pipelines.
Indigenous and environmental activists say they were illegally spied on
A lawsuit alleges the Oregon Department of Justice ran a "spy agency."
Countries finally agreed to create an international carbon market. Here’s why it’s controversial.
From accounting problems to Indigenous rights, the global carbon trade is already raising concerns.