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They tried to tame the Klamath River. They filled it with toxic algae instead.
A century of development has fueled harmful blooms along the Klamath River in northern California. Now, the native Karuk tribe and its allies are trying to undo the damage.
Local opposition to Alaska’s Pebble Mine grows as the project reaches the next milestone
More than 60 percent of Alaskans oppose the proposal, which would develop an area known for the largest sockeye salmon run in the world.
Arizona reopened too quickly. Now Indigenous nations are paying the price.
Tribal governments moved quickly to promote science-driven emergency orders, but the death toll keeps rising.
Colonial bias gave us an incorrect history of North America’s Indigenous people
Archaeologists are now trying to get it right now by looking at more authentic cultural clues.
Inuit researchers are leading a scientific movement to understand life on the ice
A new Canadian initiative puts traditional knowledge and modern tech to work for climate science and social justice.
New Zealand’s bold rat-control campaign sees its first wave of successes
A nationwide offensive seeks to save the country’s unique bird life. Now, one area is down to its last few varmints.
America thrived by choking its rivers with dams. Now it’s time to undo the damage.
The country must decide the fate of more than 90,000 dams, many of which are in disrepair.