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Editor's Note: This essay is part of “Sacred Water,” EHN's ongoing investigation into Native American struggles—and successes—to protect culturally significant water sources on and off the reservation. We grew up learning a tradition of respect for water, hearing our Elders praying with water.
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In Crow Country, a #water system brings new life. #EnvironmentalJustice #SacredWater
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Editor's Note: This story is part of "Sacred Water," EHN's ongoing investigation into Native American struggles—and successes—to protect culturally significant water sources on and off the reservation. Read Part 1: Tainted water imperils health, traditions for Montana tribe.
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‘Living shorelines’ will get fast track to combat sea level rise. #climate
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For decades, the oil giant knew the dangers of climate change and did everything in its power to deny the threat of a warming planet. Will the company
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Years after mining stops, #uranium's legacy lingers on Native land. #SacredWater #EnvironmentalJustice
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Abandoned uranium mines and leftover pollution plague Western US tribes. August 22, 2016. By Brian Bienkowski Environmental Health News Follow @brianbienkowski. Editor's Note: This story is part of "Sacred Water," EHN's ongoing investigation into Native American struggles—and successes—to ...
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Tainted water imperils #health, traditions for #Montana tribe.
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Editor's Note: This story is part of "Sacred Water," EHN's ongoing investigation into Native American struggles—and successes—to protect culturally significant water sources on and off the reservation. CROW RESERVATION, Mont.—Cutting south through the western border of Crow Nation's vast ...
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Great Barrier Reef turtle population going down; #Pollution, boat strikes and fishing lines playing havoc. #Australia
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Should the United States save Tangier Island from oblivion? #environment #climate
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EHN publishes and contextualizes news stories on environmental topics.
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The mission of Environmental Health News is to advance the public’s understanding of environmental health issues by publishing its own journalism and providing access to worldwide news about a variety of subjects related to the environment and health of humans, wildlife and ecosystems.

EHN journalists write articles that are published on the site. These stories are provided to newspapers and other media through EHN's news service. The content meets high journalistic standards and is under the control of Editor in Chief Marla Cone, an award-winning writer and one of the most experienced environmental journalists in the country. EHN also offers timely, daily access to hundreds of articles on environmental health topics published each day in the world press, and its searchable archives date back to 2002.
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