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Washington tribes call on governor to reject clean energy project proposal

Washington tribes call on governor to reject clean energy project proposal

In a July 28 letter, most of the federally recognized tribes in Washington pushed the state to deny permits to a developer because its project along the Columbia River would mean the unavoidable destruction or damage to sites sacred to the area’s tribal nations.

Yellowstone to weigh climate change risks when rebuilding from flood

Yellowstone to weigh climate change risks when rebuilding from flood

The country’s oldest national park is considering whether to route its north entrance road away from the Gardner River.
Arizona wildfires consume observatory buildings, endanger artifacts

Arizona wildfires consume observatory buildings, endanger artifacts

The endangerment of scientific and archaeological resources highlights what the nation stands to lose as wildfires become more frequent and powerful.
Finding traces of Harriet Tubman on Maryland's Eastern Shore

Finding traces of Harriet Tubman on Maryland's Eastern Shore

A historian marks the 200th birthday of a fearless conductor of the Underground Railroad with a visit to her birthplace, only to learn how climate change is washing away memories of “the ultimate outdoors woman.”
Native American tribes to co-manage Bears Ears national monument

Native American tribes to co-manage Bears Ears national monument

The federal government on Saturday signed a historic agreement with five Native American tribes to co-manage Bears Ears National Monument in Utah.
Green energy's hidden costs spark opposition

Green energy's hidden costs spark opposition

A proposed lithium mine in Nevada would damage ancestral lands, critics say.

As Earth warms, human history is melting away

As Earth warms, human history is melting away

Climate change is revealing long-frozen artifacts and animals to archaeologists. But the window for study is slender and shrinking.
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