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Government of Canada Reacts to UNESCO Decision on Pimachiowin Aki

The Honourable Peter Kent, Canada's Environment Minister and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, today commented on the news that the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) World Heritage Committee has asked Canada to refine the nomination proposal for the inscription of Pimachiowin Aki on UNESCO's World Heritage List. The World Heritage Committee made this decision today at its annual meeting in Cambodia.

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Honor the Earth and the Indigo Girls Announce Sept. Concerts

HONOR THE EARTH and the INDIGO GIRLS would like to announce 3 very special acoustic duo shows,

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The Rise of the Native Rights-Based Strategic Framework

By Clayton Thomas-Muller

Our Last Best Hope to Save our Water, Air and Earth

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Nation’s Largest Uranium Mine Planned for N.M.

By Michael Hartranft - ABQ Journal

It’s been more than a dozen years since the last uranium ore was mined in New Mexico, but a Canada-based company and a Japanese partner propose to break that spell soon.

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Enbridge Oil Spill Risk High

A new report by Simon Fraser University researchers concludes the probability of a marine tanker oil spill for the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project is between 95.3% and 99.9% over the operating life of the project.

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Editorial From Honor Board Member Kim Smith to the Navajo Times

Industrial Economy is not the Only Economy

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Moccasins on the Ground Activism Training, March 8-10, 2013

ACTIVIST TRAINING - March 8, 2013 8pm - March 10, 2013, 3pm - Location to be announced - Manderson, South Dakota/Oglala Lakota Nation.

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Crowdfunding Clean Energy

By David Bornstein - The New York Times

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The Violence Against Women Act and Why Native Women Matter

"A nation is not conquered until the hearts of its’ women are on the ground…”

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Henry Red Cloud Leads the Renewable-Energy Charge at Pine Ridge

redcloud.jpgThere is a revolution under way to bring renewable resources to Native American people. Led by modern-day warrior Henry Red Cloud, a direct fifth generation descendent of Red Cloud, the famous Lakota war chief, and Trees, Water & People (TWP), inroads are being made one home and one business at a time.

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