Sometimes it’s important to come together and speak with one unified voice as many did during the recent Global Climate Strike. Read more →
Sometimes it’s important to come together and speak with one unified voice as many did during the recent Global Climate Strike.
In the face of continuing environmental degradation, the time has come to consider the legal rights of nature itself.
In addressing climate change, it’s important to think outside the box and take a long-term approach.
Internships and student worker positions can open a wealth of opportunities for tribal college students.
Rather than mourn it helplessly over the degradation of our planet, make a conscious decision to protect it with all of your power and with all of your love.
Returning to one’s ancestral homeland offers time for reflection, but also reminds us that even these sacred places are often threatened.
There’s an overwhelming amount of work to do in Indian Country, which is why it’s vital to take breathers and connect with nature.
There is much to be done, but by working together we can create the future we envision.
Opportunities through agencies like the National Center for Atmospheric Research offer tribal college students professional opportunities, and much-needed place at the table for Indigenous scientists.
Sometimes our problems can seem overwhelming, even paralyzing, which is why it’s vital to build community and work together.