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Indigenous Women Leaders and Partners to Hold Workshops with BlackRock Representatives

Indigenous Women Call Upon Biden to Stop Pipelines and Uphold Indigenous Rights in the Wake of Escalating Climate Chaos and Covid-19 Crises

Legislation is Critically Needed to Protect Threatened Roadless Areas in Alaska

Women’s Climate Justice Group Joins Lawsuit Targeting Trump Administration’s Elimination of Tongass National Forest Protections

Indigenous Women Speak Out Against the U.S. Administration’s Decision to Open Alaska’s Tongass National Forest To Logging and Further Development

Indigenous Women Leaders Warn Global Financial Companies to Stop Support for Tar Sands Oil

Indigenous Women Respond to U.S. Forest Service Plans to Gut Protections on The Tongass National Forest in Alaska

U.S. Forest Service Pushes Ahead to Gut Protections for America’s Climate Forest

PRB banks responsible for over US$1.25 trillion in climate-destructive financing since Paris Agreement

Trump Administration Launches New Assault on Alaska’s Tongass Old-growth Forest

Indigenous Women’s Delegation Advocates to Protect Tongass Forest Homelands in Alaska

Indigenous Women’s Divestment Delegation Pushes Deutsche Bank for Fossil Fuel Divestment Amidst Pipeline Shutdowns, a Global Pandemic and the Climate Crisis

Liberty Mutual Faces Pressure to Exit Tar Sands from Policyholders, Climate and Indigenous Rights Groups

Indigenous, Landowner, Environmental, and Conservation Groups Demand TC Energy Immediately Halt All Keystone XL Pipeline Activity amid Coronavirus Public Health Emergency

Indigenous Women Call for Systemic Changes to Subsistence Regulations for Further Protection of Indigenous Sovereignty and the Tongass Forest

Indigenous Women File OECD Specific Instance Against Credit Suisse for Rights Violations Regarding Pipeline Financing

400,000-plus Blast Trump Administration Plan for Old-growth Clearcutting in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest

Urgent Call to Action for the Amazon in Crisis

With New Equator Principles, Banks Fail to Act on Climate or Indigenous Rights

Tlingit Women’s Delegation Travels to Washington, D.C. to Protect Their Forest Homelands in Alaska

No more excuses: The World Bank must halt all funding for fossil fuels

Trump Administration Paves Way for Old-growth Clearcutting in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest

Women’s Rights and Climate Activists to Host Briefing on A Feminist Agenda for the Green New Deal

Women’s Rights and Climate Activists Launch a Feminist Agenda for a Green New Deal

Civil Society to UN Secretary General: Censure Bolsonaro for Amazon Fires and Human Rights concerns

Women’s Delegation Will Demand Stronger Action for Human Rights and Climate from Global Banks at Equator Principles Association Consultation

Southeast Alaskans Advocate in Support of the 2001 National Roadless Rule

Turn Out for the Tongass Rally: Southeast Alaskans Advocate in Support of the 2001 National Roadless Rule

New Legislation Protecting Roadless Rule is Key for Preserving America’s Forests

Indigenous Women on the Frontlines of Climate Change to Speak Out at Public Event and Rally During United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

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