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A Diné (Navajo) Community Activist Investigates Leaks at Oil & Gas Sites in New Mexico (Videos)

A Diné (Navajo) community activist investigates leaks at oil and gas sites in New Mexico.

With an infrared camera in hand, a Diné (Navajo) community activist investigates methane leaks at oil and gas sites. Environmental protectors sound the alarm and push for regulation in New Mexico’s San Juan Basin.

In Southern Louisiana, land loss poses an existential threat to an Indigenous community.

After years of degradation along Louisiana’s bayou, Pointe-au-Chien tribal land is rapidly disappearing. Despite land loss and intensifying storms, community members are determined to stay. Read more here.

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