The Esto'k Gna tribe is reviving ancestral villages along the length of the Rio Grande that stand squarely in the pathway of Trump's proposed border wall expansion.
"We don't wait for the government. We just do our job."
For years, "forever chemicals" flowed into Newburgh's drinking water. It turns out they came from a nearby air base.
As Indigenous Pacific Islanders, climate adaptation plans cannot override our fight for sovereignty and self-determination.
These tipping points are now "active," scientists warn, and the rapid melting of polar ice and the loss of critical habitats could trigger an irreversible “global tipping point.”
Pecan Acres in Louisiana has flooded 17 times in the past 30 years. Residents of 'Flood City' are finally moving to higher ground.
Some residents of Tuktoyaktuk, on the northern tip of Northwest Territories, are facing relocation as they struggle with melting ground and a rising sea.
The harvesting of peat has created jobs and heated homes across Ireland for centuries, but local environmentalists say it’s time to start treating the land differently.
Wildfires, mudslides, and an influx of wolves: Paul Josie from Old Crow, Yukon, on what it's like living in a place that has declared a climate emergency.
Autumn Peltier is 15, Indigenous, and fighting for everyone around the world to have clean drinking water.
They are Indigenous or people of color and they're all under 30.