Navajo Nation Abandoned Uranium Mines Cleanup Gets $600 Million
 

Navajo Nation Abandoned Uranium Mines Cleanup Gets $600 Million

Indian Country Today, News Report, Alysa Landry , Posted: Feb 15, 2017

After 50 years, mining companies will pay for cleanup at 94 abandoned uranium mines on Navajo Nation

Flint Water Crisis: State of Michigan to No Longer Pay Bills

 

Ebony, News Report, Posted: Feb 14, 2017

City officials say the state will stop paying for Flint’s drinking water and end water credits for customers beginning March 1.

California Dam Managers Dismissed Flood Concern 12 years Ago

 

Korea Times US, News Report, Posted: Feb 14, 2017

On Monday, Bill Croyle, acting head of the Department of Water Resources, refused to comment on the 2005 concerns, saying he was not familiar with the warnings and would need to research the matter.

 

In Boston's Chinatown, Bad Air and Rising Temperatures a 'Toxic Mix'

 

New America Media/Sampan, News Feature, Ling-Mei Wong, Posted: Feb 07, 2017

Extreme heat isn't just uncomfortable; it's also the leading cause of weather-related mortality in the United States.

 

Remembering a Devastating Flood, and Preparing Immigrant Communities for Climate Change

 

Ajabu Africa, News Feature, Harrison Maina, Posted: Feb 01, 2017

As they had been sleeping, rising floodwaters from the river had poured into their apartment complex, following days of torrential rain.

Battle Lines Form as Trump Sets Sights on Bears Ears

 

Indian Country, News Report, Posted: Jan 30, 2017

The governor of Utah, the state legislature, the U.S. congressmen and senators of Utah have all expressed their plans to undo the monument.

 

Californians Face Barriers to Beaches, Study Says

 

New America Media, News Report, George White/Video by Crystal Niebla, Posted: Jan 30, 2017

A new report finds that the costs of travel, parking and overnight accommodations discourage many from going to California's ocean fronts.

 

Breaking: Trump Pushes DAPL, Keystone XL Forward With Executive Order

 

Indian Country Today, News Report, Theresa Braine , Posted: Jan 24, 2017

Just 72 hours into his presidency, Donald Trump has signed an executive order designed to move both the Dakota Access (DAPL) and the Keystone XL oil pipelines forward.

 

Obama Expands CA Coastal Monument, Spurs New Generation of Coastal Stewards

 

New America Media, News Report, Peter Schurmann, Posted: Jan 13, 2017

President Obama's announcement puts the spotlight on the state's coast just when rising seas and development threaten to erode access for millions.

 

Dakota Access Pipeline Battle in Deep Freeze. But for How Long?

 

Indian Country Today, News Feature, Jenni Monet, Posted: Jan 10, 2017

Flood plains and federal policy are among the challenges facing tribal leaders and water protectors at Standing Rock

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