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“END NGS” sign takes aim at Nation leadership

PRESS RELEASE Twin Arrows, Ariz. – Local families and activist, posted a protest sign this week, coinciding with potential Naabik’iyati Committee’s consideration of legislation related to the Navajo Generating Station. “It’s our Indigenous response to ending the continued genocide of our people living in sacrifice zones, under the clouds of pollution from these extractive energy […]

Budget committee to debate NGS payment option, 10 am, Tuesday

The Navajo Nation Council Budget & Finance Committee is scheduled to take up Legislation 0379-18, which seeks the support of the Budget and Finance and Naabikiyati Committees and the approval of the Navajo Nation Council of a Payment Option under an Extension Lease for the owners of Navajo Generating Station to pay Navajo Nation, at 10 a.m., Tuesday, […]

Protest against Navajo government’s NGS purchase

PRESS RELEASE – Navajo community members gather outside Navajo Council summer session to protest negotiations with Wall Street “vulture capitalists” on NGS WHAT: As the Navajo Nation Tribal Council convenes for its summer legislative session, members of the Navajo advocacy group Diné CARE and others will gather outside council chambers in Window Rock to voice […]

Reclamation to Host Events for Public Comment on Proposed Navajo Generating Station and Kayenta Mine Complex Operations

Reclamation to Host Events for Public Comment on Proposed Navajo Generating Station and Kayenta Mine Complex Operations. WRITE/TEXT/CALL PRESIDENT OBAMA AND OPPOSE BUREAU OF RECLAMATION’S “OPEN HOUSE EVENTS”!! OPEN HOUSES ARE NOT PUBLIC HEARINGS. OPEN HOUSES ARE A WAY FOR CORPORATE AMERICA TO CONTROL THE VOICES OF THE PEOPLE! Schedule of Arizona Public Open House […]

Navajo Generating Station environmental impact statement must be completed

HERE AT NAVAJO COUNCIL SPRING SESSION, DAY 1. THE BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS PRESENTED THEIR REPORT AND NOW COUNCIL DELEGATES ARE MAKING COMMENTS AND ASKING QUESTIONS ABOUT THEIR REPORT. NAVAJO AREA BIA EASTERN NAVAJO AGENCY DIRECTOR LESTER TSOSIE Lot of drilling has been done and lot of development using that document/Resource Management Plan for also […]

VIDEO: Navajo EPA Director-My president authorized me

Greetings Relatives/Frens, It took most of the day but I finally finished Part 4, which is Navajo Environmental Protection Agency director Stephen Etsitty speaking at the Navajo Generating Station Forum at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff on Nov. 20, 2013. The transcript of Etsitty’s presentation, plus questions from audience members, especially Hopi and Navajo community […]

US EPA talks Pollution Reduction at Navajo Generating Station

Greetings Relatives/Frens, I tried posting my latest video, “US EPA talks Pollution Reduction at NGS,” but it was too large. US EPA talks Pollution Reduction at NGS is an interivew I did with Colleen W. McKaughan, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Associate Director for the Air Division, on Nov. 12, 2013, at LeChee, Ariz., Chapter, […]

My comment to the U.S EPA on NGS BART

Greetings Relatives/Frens! I was going thru my posts from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s hearings on two options for Navajo Generating Station near Page, Ariz., to reduce its dangerous pollution and saw that this one didn’t get posted. It went into the Draft file. This post is towards the end of the Hearing at Pima […]

Insiders of Navjao Generating Station BART tell inside story

According to an Arizona Daily Sun news brief, the “inside” story of how an “historic agreement,” which is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s accepted Best Available Retrofit Technology to reduce pollution at NGS that Salt River Project’s hand-picked Technical Working Group put together, was created will be told by the hand-picked TWG on Wednesday, Nov. […]

Navajo EPA: Support TWG

Ckitzens climate lobby, Sierra Club, Physcians for Social REsponsibility (Female, didn’t catch name) NGS emits huge amounts of pollution. Utilities buy wind cheaper than coal. only place that has more sun than we do is Aruba and Az cud get 26 percent solar. 25,000 acres of land sche 6,000 megawatt solar, 30,000 temp construction jobs. […]