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NM regulators repeal carbon cap and trade rules

(AP) ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico's participation in a regional cap and trade program aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions became more unlikely Monday with a unanimous vote by state regulators.

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You're invited to a Benefit for Honor the Earth - featuring Amy Ray and Winona LaDuke

You're invited to a special Honor the Earth Benefit

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Honor the Earth Joins With Global Spirit's Earth Wisdom Video Series

Honor the Earth has become a Program Partner of Global Spirit on LinkTV. We're excited to share with you their video series called Earth Wisdom: For a World in Crisis which looks at the impact of Indigenous and traditional knowledge on our future. Below you can see some of their great preview videos but be sure to check out their website to see the whole program!

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Indigo Girls Support Honor With Free Tickets For House Party Hosts

Honor is asking folks to host house parties to educate, inspire and raise funds for the important work they are doing in Native communities. They've made it easy by providing house party guidelines. We hope you can join us in our support for Honor the Earth.

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Native Peoples Native Homelands Workshop Agenda Announced

More than 200 Tribal College students, Native community members and environmental allies have registered for the Native Peoples Native Homelands Climate Change Workshop at Mystic Lake next week! Come join us! A group of renowned Indigenous scholars and grassroots activists are coming together from around the country to present at the Workshop and share their vital knowledge on solutions and adaptation strategies for our communities. Click here to read the agenda for the Workshop.

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Native Peoples Native Homelands Climate Change Workshop a Huge Success

Honor the Earth spent several months working with a host of partners to convene a climate change workshop that brought hundreds of tribal college students together with elders, spiritual leaders and some of the most brilliant Native scholars and front-line activists in Indian Country.

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Amy's Blog: Day 1 in Montana with IGs, Winona and 'Women Donors'

Indigo Girls and Honor The Earth’s Winona LaDuke have headed up to Montana to host members of the Women Donors Network on a tour of some of Montana’s Native communities. We will be visiting with folks and learning about their sustainable energy projects, cultural restoration and the struggles against continuing coal development.

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It's (Honor the) Earth Day...

It's the 40th anniversary of Earth Day & on this day Honor the Earth celebrates its own beginnings as well.

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4 Earth Day Actions That Can Make a Difference Right Now

Knowledge is power and at Honor the Earth it is our mission to create an informed constituency of Native and non-Native supporters. Your outreach allows us to be a stronger voice for the Earth and for those not heard. We need you to stand with us on this Earth Day, and every day, to tell the truth about the impacts of American energy and environmental policy and practice on our Native communities and lifeways.

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Plains Justice Release: Keystone XL Environmental Review Fatally Flawed

Today 13 northern plains and Native groups asked the U.S. Department of State either to revise the pipeline's draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) and resubmit it to the public for review or to deny the Keystone XL pipeline's application for a Presidential Permit.

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