Sunday, June 17, 2007
Native American tribes speak out about climate change
At a United Nations meeting last month, several Native American leaders spoke at a session called "Indigenous Perspectives on Climate Change. "Also in May, tribal representatives from Alaska and northern Canada _ where pack ice has vanished earlier and earlier each spring _ traveled to Washington to press their case.
MT. MOOSILAUKE, N.H. - Native American leaders are speaking out more forcefully about the danger of climate change.
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