Author Archive: Wilda Anagal

Research Fellow, Southwest U.S. Energy Transition, Wilda Anagal is a member of the Navajo Nation experienced in providing Tribal communities with technical assistance and energy-related support. Her fellowship is in partnership with the Grand Canyon Trust. She is pursuing a Ph.D. at Northern Arizona University.

IEEFA: Navajo Nation, Hopi tribe advocates push for fair energy transition outcome in Arizona

Decades of coal mining spur Navajo and Hopi efforts to urge federal intervention for environmental justice

As the energy transition gains momentum around the globe, the IEEFA documentary, “Local Leadership, Global Change: Navajo Nation & Hopi Tribe” focuses on how indigenous-led organizations are raising awareness of the need to shift away from a fossil fuel-based economy. The documentary centers on the Navajo and Hopi tribal members living on reservation lands in […]

July 22, 2021 Read More →