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Alaskan tribes and nonprofits file suit to save America's largest national forest

Under President Trump, both the state of Alaska and the federal government sought to remove the protections of the Roadless Rule for the 9.37 million roadless acres of the forest, finally achieving this in October through a rule under the authority of the Forest Service.

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Disaster looms for indigenous communities as COVID-19 cases multiply in Amazon

Indigenous communities in Brazil suffer from the virus on one hand and "genocidal" interlopers on the other, rights groups say.
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Feds reject Michigan permit for mine near sensitive tribal waters

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has objected to a wetland permit for the proposed Back Forty Mine in Michigan's western Upper Peninsula near the Wisconsin border.

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