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In Alaska, Tribal Governments Push for Larger Conservation Role

To preserve their food supply, Native Alaskans are teaming up with federal officials and state scientists.
How an ancient harvest practice pushed EU’s new farm reform to the edge

How an ancient harvest practice pushed EU’s new farm reform to the edge

Farm ministers watered down requirements for a practice that dates back to biblical times.
Indigenous solutions to climate change could inform nationwide policies

Indigenous solutions to climate change could inform nationwide policies

Native Americans are leading efforts to bolster reservations and other communities against the damaging effects of climate change.

Why protecting tribal rights is key to fighting climate change

Why protecting tribal rights is key to fighting climate change

Fawn Sharp, president of the National Congress of American Indians, talks with Yale Environment 360 about how climate change is hitting Native Americans especially hard and why protecting tribal sovereignty is critical for tackling the climate crisis.
How returning lands to Native tribes is helping protect nature
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How returning lands to Native tribes is helping protect nature

From California to Maine, land is being given back to Native American tribes who are committing to managing it for conservation. Some tribes are using traditional knowledge, from how to support wildlife to the use of prescribed fires, to protect their ancestral grounds.
For past 12,000 years, traditional land uses have actually encouraged biodiversity, report says

For past 12,000 years, traditional land uses have actually encouraged biodiversity, report says

Researchers say we must recognize and embrace more traditional land management practices already developed by Indigenous peoples.

Opinion: Women of Bears Ears are asking you to help save it
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Opinion: Women of Bears Ears are asking you to help save it

Will sacred lands protected by President Obama be protected once again?
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