The state senator leading efforts to return land to tribal nations

"We can't sit back anymore and not participate."

How the last queen of Hawaiʻi is influencing the debate over deep-sea mining

As the UN weighs ocean floor mining, Hawai'i just banned the practice.

A Biden effort to conserve oceans is leaving out Indigenous peoples, report finds

U.S. Pacific territories bear the burden of marine protected areas while missing out on economic benefits.

The Mille Lacs Band will see the return of 18 acres of state trust land

Of several landback bills the Minnesota Legislature considered this year, the Mille Lacs measure was the…

A rare celebration of Indigenous Pacific cultures underscores the cost of climate change

The festival highlights a cultural scene that is threatened by rising seas and dangerous storms.

Nations need to do more to defend Indigenous rights, UN report says

The U.N. also calls for stronger safeguards against exploitative green transition projects.

How an Aboriginal woman fought a coal company and won

Goldman Prize Winner Murrawah Maroochy Johnson talks climate justice and inheriting a legacy of Indigenous resistance.

The key to better climate outcomes? Respecting Indigenous land rights and autonomy.

A new conservation study carries important implications for global climate targets.

The key to better climate outcomes? Respecting Indigenous land rights and autonomy.

A new conservation study carries important implications for global climate targets.

Small island nations get big climate victory in international maritime court

Advocates say the ruling makes clear that complying with the Paris Agreement is not enough.