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Native tribes use controlled burns to save sequoias

Native tribes use controlled burns to save sequoias

In response to devastating wildfires, Indigenous tribes in California have resumed cultural burns to protect ancient sequoia trees.

Jim Robbins reports for The New York Times.

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Alaskan Indigenous communities adapt to climate change

Alaskan Indigenous communities adapt to climate change

Alaska’s rapid warming forces Indigenous communities like Point Hope to adapt their traditional lifestyles to changing conditions.

Joseph Lee reports for Vox.

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Amazon rainforest inhabitants share plan to save their home
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Amazon rainforest inhabitants share plan to save their home

Inhabitants of the Amazon have created a comprehensive plan to prevent climate and ecological collapse, focusing on ending fossil fuel subsidies and securing Indigenous land rights.

Katie Surma reports for Inside Climate News.

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Railway ordered to pay tribe $400 million for trespassing with oil trains

Railway ordered to pay tribe $400 million for trespassing with oil trains

A federal judge has ordered BNSF Railway to pay nearly $400 million to the Swinomish Tribe for repeatedly trespassing with oil trains across their reservation.

Gene Johnson reports for The Associated Press.

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Canada passes Bill C-226 to combat environmental racism

Canada passes Bill C-226 to combat environmental racism

Canada's new Bill C-226 aims to develop a national strategy to address environmental racism and ensure affected communities are part of the solution.

Denise Balkissoon reports for The Narwhal.

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Pipeline project faces tribunal over environmental and Indigenous rights violations

Pipeline project faces tribunal over environmental and Indigenous rights violations

The Mountain Valley Pipeline, now operational, was recently condemned at a "rights of nature" tribunal for infringing on environmental and Indigenous rights.

Hannah Chanatry reports for Inside Climate News.

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Indigenous communities leverage clean energy projects for their benefit

Indigenous communities leverage clean energy projects for their benefit

Indigenous communities, once sidelined in renewable energy projects, are now finding ways to actively benefit from these initiatives through strategic partnerships and government policies.

Sarah Sax reports for Mongabay.

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