Why some indigenous groups and environmentalists are saying no to the “green economy.”
The site of Pe’ Sla has been privately owned since 1876, but indigenous people have always been free to worship there. All that could change on August 25, when the land is set to be auctioned off.
In the Amazonian backcountry, tribes are challenging construction of the world’s third-largest dam—by dismantling it. Here’s what they can teach us about standing up to power.
Heather Purser set out to win gay marriage rights within the Suquamish Tribe and found herself on a personal journey toward self-acceptance.
Decades ago, the legendary journey of the open-ocean canoe Hokule‘a revealed secrets of Hawai‘i’s past and sparked pride in native culture. Now, a voyage around the world offers a new generation lessons about Earth’s uncertain future.
David Korten: Indigenous wisdom reveals a path to the future that does not include a buy-out of the earth’s natural systems.
Diane Wilson’s new book asks, how do you raise beloved children and break the cycle of self-destruction in native communities?
Photo Essay: Two years later, poverty, corruption, and health crises persist. But so does hope.
The YES! Breakthrough 15: Bringing renewable energy and jobs to reservations.
How local tribes stopped a Bay Area burial ground from becoming a parking lot.
Why developing the tarsands has been called "world's most destructive project."