The Hoh, Quinault, Quileute, and Makah Tribes have coped with storms and tsunamis battering the coasts of the Pacific Northwest for thousands of years. Now, threatened by rising sea levels and other climate impacts, they are evolving to meet new dangers to their villages and history.
The COP27 summit in the Egyptian coastal resort of Sharm el-Sheikh made history by including food, tipping points and the right to a healthy environment.
Though critical to forest protection and reversing the climate crisis, indigenous rights are under attack and losing the fight in Bolivia against agricultural interests. Iokiñe Rodríguez and Mirna Inturias Earth’s forests oxygenate the atmosphere and store vast quantities of planet-warming carbon dioxide (CO2). But research suggests that the health of […]