Climate Indigenous Affairs
In Finland, Indigenous rights take a backseat. Again.
Despite harsh international criticism, Finland passes on supporting Sámi self-governance.
Indigenous youth occupy Norwegian energy office to protest illegal wind farm
“We cannot be sacrificed in the name of the green transition.”
As Louisiana’s coast disappears, its historic communities are disappearing too
New levees are too late to stop the exodus for bayou villages like Pointe-aux-Chenes.
Are the feds sacrificing endangered salmon to help potato farmers?
Tribes say the decision to reduce water flow "has more to do with potatoes than it does fish.”
The United Nations says Denmark and Greenland must address colonialism
As climate change alters Inuit life, experts call on governments to consult with Indigenous communities before mining.
After violent evictions, Indigenous Maasai call human rights investigation a sham
In Tanzania, thousands of Maasai are being removed from their homelands for tourism and conservation.
To protect marine areas, Canada must include First Nations
A new report says Indigenous management plays a key role in protecting Canada’s waters.
Report: Burning gas in oil fields cost tribes $22 million
How poor methane rules are costing tribes and taxpayers.
The best way to save forests? Legally recognize Indigenous lands.
A new report says the key to saving Brazil’s Atlantic Forest is recognizing Indigenous territory.
In this Swedish bestseller, a young Sámi woman fights for survival
Newly translated into English and soon to be a Netflix film, "Stolen" is a powerful novel that explores an Indigenous community threatened by climate change, racism, and violence.