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ADOT, Don’t Leave Tribal Communities Out Of Your AZ EV Plan

Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), don’t leave the Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe out of…

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IMPORTANT RECLAMATION PUBLIC MEETING

Since the Black Mesa mine closed in 2005 and the Kayenta mine in 2019, efforts…

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Tó Nizhóní Ání “Sacred Springs Speaks”

Just & Equitable Transition – Navajo

COAL COMMUNITY TRANSITION BACKGROUND Several major coal-fired power plants that have helped ensure a reliable…

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Four Corners community groups fight to retain hard-won public benefits in merger case appeal

Today, four northwest New Mexico community groups, along with the Coalition for Clean Affordable Energy…

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Hardrock Chapter Solar Celebration

The future is looking bright for Hardrock Chapter on the Navajo Nation. Tó Nizhóní Ání…

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Navajo, U.S. officials must defend restoration of Black Mesa before it’s too late

by Nicole Horseherder, Executive Director, Tó Nizhóní Ání Photography by EcoFlight Years ago, on Black…

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Black Mesa residents holding signs in front of ACC

ACC Kills Energy Rules and Defeats Clean Energy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 26, 2022 Contact: Sandy Bahr, sandy.bahr@sierraclub.org, (602) 999-5790  Arizona Corporation…

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Tó Nizhóní Ání “Sacred Springs Speaks”

Diné Residents of Black Mesa Tell Why They Support Build Back Better Plan

Biden’s Build Back Better Plan has the potential to help Black Mesa (Dził Yíjiin) heal…

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Tó Nizhóní Ání “Sacred Springs Speaks”

Red Mesa Community Left in the Dark about Solar Project

Red Mesa Community Demands Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA), Open Discussions with Community on the…

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Solar panels

NTUA fails to acquire community consent in Cameron solar project

By Jessica Keetso, Tó Nizhóní Ání Organizer *Disclaimer: The author has a history of working…

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