Around the world, Indigenous communities are losing their lands, livelihoods and culture to climate change. Sherpa is fighting to bring their voices to the United Nations.
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Fish bones reveal the seasonal fishing patterns of Patagonians thousands of years ago, illustrating how prehistoric communities adapted to their environments.
After eulachon populations in the Bella Coola River of British Columbia crashed two decades ago, the Nuxalk Nation has made a concerted effort to strengthen its management authority — and hopefully bring back the culturally significant fish.
Virtual Indigenous ceremonies reveal the strong bond between mountain communities and their Inca roots.
But experts say it’s not too late to reduce the most serious effects of these compound issues.
Geopolitical tensions between China and India at their disputed Himalayan border have ecological and social consequences for local peoples.
A land management dispute in Canada that has played out over 30 years has ended in major victory for the Ktunaxa Nation.
Assimilation and colonization are still happening in our own backyard.
In mid-February, a member of the Bitterroot Salish Tribe spoke to students about his tribe’s management and protection of natural resources.
How the Shinnecock Indian Nation Tribe in Long Island, NY, transformed a desolate and barren stretch of shoreline to protect their land from erosion and sea-level rise