Indigenous communities ‘are seen as research subjects rather than researchers.’
The project holds a snarl of interests, some reasonable (a collapsing wall), others repugnant (killing elder trees to evict migratory birds).
eports back from this year’s ASLE conference, highlighting the work of First Nations ‘fish philosopher’ Zoe S. Todd and geographer/sound artist AM Kanngeiser.
San Antonio Office of Sustainability and Texas Creative ad agency have partnered with local grassroots groups serving target communities in the effort to gather critical data that will inform the City of San Antonio’s efforts.
An Australian company has lithium mining rights on 5,000 acres of public lands. But even as exploratory wells circle sacred springs, the Hualapai Tribe are granted few rights to resist under US federal laws. Maya L. Kapoor | High Country News One autumn evening four years ago, Ivan Bender, a […]
The Israeli occupation of Palestine has meant not only a human rights crisis but an “environmental Nakba”: destruction of waterways, collapse of biodiversity, rise of toxic pollution, and unjust access to water. But grassroots movements for environmental justice are working to overcome the ‘causalities of the colonial occupation’ in Palestine […]
‘It takes compassion, courage, a willingness to ask tough questions to be able to continue to do the work. So when you look at the Alamo, you don’t think Davy Crockett or all this John Wayne mythology of this place. You think of the compassion and grace of those indigenous people.’
With the Line 3 and Dakota Access pipelines threatening Indigenous land, youth from the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes ran 2,000 miles to deliver a powerful message to the new administration.