Climate Change: An Unprecedentedly Old Catastrophe

Effects of land dispossession and forced migration on Indigenous peoples in North America

Global impacts of extractive and industrial development projects on Indigenous Peoples’ lifeways, lands, and rights

Build Back Better Must Sharpen the Focus on Environmental Justice

WHEJAC Carbon Management Recommendations

Status of Tribes and Climate Change Report

WHEJAC Final Recommendations: Justice40, Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool and Executive Order 12898 Revisions

Geoengineering: Playing God, Again?

IPCC AR6 Working Group II North America Chapter

Let’s Be Honest about Decolonization

Indigenous Science Statement for the March for Science

Report: Advancing EJ Screen

Systematic Discrimination in Peer Review: Some Reflections

Indigenous Research and Professional Philosophy in the U.S. 

Five Reasons Why the North Dakota Pipeline Fight will Continue in 2017

The Roles for Indigenous Peoples in Anthropocene Dialogues: Critical Notes and a Question

At Standing Rock, a Battle over Fossil Fuels and Land

Why the Native American Pipeline Resistance in North Dakota is about Climate Justice

Self-Determination and the Struggle – Kyle Whyte on Standing Rock

Renewing Relatives: Nmé Stewardship in a Shared Watershed

The Ethics of Traditional Knowledge Exchange in Climate Change Initiatives

Conveners of Responsibilities

Indigeneity (for Keywords in Environmental Studies)

Potawatomi and Indigenous Peoples Take the Lead in Addressing Climate Change

Michigan’s Woeful Track Record for Environmental Justice

Statement on the Flint Water Crisis: Michigan Environmental Justice Coalition

Science, Curriculum, and Public Controversies

Brochure of Guidelines for Considering Traditional Knowledges in Climate Change Initiatives

Renewing Relatives: One Tribe’s Efforts to Bring Back an Ancient Fish