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US tribe fights use of treated sewage to make snow on holy peaks
The Hopi tribe is taking on an Arizona ski resort over its use of artificial snow: ‘People compare it to baptizing a baby with reclaimed water’
Marathon Reaches Deal with Investors on Human Rights. Standing Rock Hoped for More.
The oil company argues that responsibility for protecting human rights lies with government. A Standing Rock activist calls the concessions superficial.
Zinke Ties National Parks Fixes To Oil, Gas Profits On Public Lands
The Interior Department plans to expand energy development on public lands and offshore to pay for the National Park Service’s maintenance backlog.
Cord blood, blood and hair tests show mercury exposure in Grassy Narrows
Results support what people here have been saying for decades: That they have been exposed to dangerously high levels of mercury and younger generations have likely been affected as well.
Minimizing Costs Through Pollution Prevention Assessment
Waste can be eliminated by modifying production processes, using nontoxic or less toxic chemicals, implementing conservation techniques or reusing materials.
Medication Take Back Expansion
The Colorado Household Medication Take-Back Program helps Colorado residents safely dispose of unused and expired medications.
Baltimore Rolls Out Smart Trash Cans
Baltimore is moving forward on a $15 million project to deploy some 4,000 smart trash receptacles across the city, starting with 150 bins in the South Baltimore Gateway/Casino area.
Wisconsin tribe files lawsuit over mine permitting on sacred land
The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin alleges the feds have neglected their duty to oversee wetland permitting for controversial Michigan mine
Trump Administration Deserts Science Advisory Boards Across Agencies
While top-level science positions remain vacant, scientific advisory panels have been quietly diminished, disbanded or stacked with industry scientists.
THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT HELPED A COUNTY PROSECUTOR TARGET THE FACEBOOK RECORDS OF ANTI-PIPELINE ACTIVISTS
Nine months after pipeline opponents in Washington state staged a protest that blocked freeway traffic, Facebook ended a protracted legal standoff with a county prosecutor, turning over detailed records on the indigenous-led group behind the demonstration.
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