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Climate Change and Civil Society Climate Change and Human Rights Energy Energy Policy Essay Op-Ed

Energy-starved utilities and the exploitation of the Navajo: The Forgotten

It’s the kind of story that can easily mis-characterize the aspirations of the “Forgotten People,” who are anything but abandoned. They represent the indigenous tribes living on the Navajo Reservation, a 27,425 square-mile sector bordering parts of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico Their struggles are not unlike other Native Americans displaced during […]Read More