Climate Change Threatens Indigenous Alaskans’ Way of Life

Melting polar ice, the retreat of glaciers, rising sea levels and the consequent flooding of coastal communities, increasing storm intensity, crop failures, damaged infrastructure, and endangered plant and animal species are among the threats to a way of life that has endured for thousands of years.

Four Central Agreements for Behavior at Standing Rock (and Elsewhere)

The historic gathering of Indigenous Nations and allies at Standing Rock Oceti Sakowin Camp had four agreements the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the Oceti Sakowin leaders asked those who joined them to observe. We hope you will read them, think carefully about their meaning, and apply them in your work.