“Ten percent of the United States’ energy comes from American Indian lands… Independent Lens explores the efforts of American Indian tribes—including the Sioux of the Great Plains and the Navajo and the Hopi of the Southwest—to protect their natural resources and bring renewable-energy projects to their communities”
- The New York Times
It’s time to cut our dependence on fossil fuel and pursue renewable energy. But how can it be done? Native American tribes turn to solar and wind sources to provide clean sustainable energy for cities across the West. Their traditional values toward conservation and the Earth offer real solutions to America’s energy crisis.