A canoe floats through a Minnesota wild rice lake on a sunny day. Photo by Brett Whaley.
Climate Action

Indigenous + Environmental Justice: What You Need To Know About The Stop Line 3 Movement

It's critical we support Indigenous communities in protecting their land and lifeways from extractive industries; with one such call to action happening right now to stop Enbridge's line 3 oil pipeline crisscrossing Minnesota's lakes and wetlands.

Glacial ice floating in the sea in Iceland. Photo taken by Ryan Richards.
Climate Action

The Truth About Individual Accountability & Climate Action

As individuals, we've been urged to do our bit to help combat climate change. By adjusting our everyday habits to use less plastic, reduce food waste and try out cleaner/greener energy, for example; we can become part of the solution. But are these actions enough?

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Climate Action

9 Easy Ways To Reduce Household Waste

Reducing household waste can seem like an inconvenience or something that requires specialized skills to do effectively. The truth is there are many ways to decrease the amount of refuse we accumulate and throw away that doesn’t require much prior planning or knowledge.

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Climate Action, News + Advocacy

Sacred Land: Saving Oak Flat

The Chí’chil Biłdagoteel Historic District, also known as Oak Flat in Arizona, USA remains a sacred site of immense cultural importance to numerous Native Nations; who have used the area for their traditional ceremonies and medicine gathering for millennia. Despite this overwhelming significance to them, it's under threat from being completely destroyed by mining giant, Rio Tinto.

reusable bags on a table that are alternatives to single use plastic grocery bags
Climate Action

4 Ways To Reduce Single-Use Plastic

We should all be concerned about the environment and the impact we have that contributes to climate change. Undoubtedly, we must act now and continue to make adjustments in our everyday lives -- but there is an urgent need to motivate our community, corporate and political leaders to take action and defend the planet.

A photo of La Push Beach
Climate Action

The Quileute Nation & Climate Action

The effects of climate change are measurable and being felt today. It’s not a theoretical or distant cataclysm that can be put off being dealt with — we have to act now. And we have to start listening to the Indigenous communities who are on the front lines of protecting our natural world because they are among the first to feel its impact. We must help them safeguard what should be sacred to us all.

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Climate Action

Stand With Standing Rock: No DAPL Expansion

Back in 2016, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe faced a fight to try and stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) from being built directly under their primary water supply -- a construction route that would also cross their traditional and ancestral lands, destroying burial grounds and other culturally significant sites. They didn't want the crude… Continue reading Stand With Standing Rock: No DAPL Expansion

A beautifully clean kitchen with wooden counter tops and white brick walls.
Climate Action

Sustainable Living: Homemade All-Natural Kitchen Cleaner

As we all become more aware of our impact on the environment, a growing number of us are seeking ways to become increasingly eco-friendly in our everyday lives — including making our own non-toxic, natural household cleaners.