As much as 80 percent of remaining fossil fuel resources in the US are located on or near Native/Indigenous reservation lands. There are 568 federally recognized Tribes in the US, and those located near fossil fuel resources are under extreme pressure to accept money for fossil fuel exploration and extraction on their lands. In a response to increasing impacts of climate change, the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), in addition to struggling against fossil fuel development, has launched an Indigenous Just Transitions campaign. This chapter outlines the Indigenous Just Transition as a solution to climate change colonialism, and explores how Indigenous Peoples are working to end climate change through decolonization and spiritual empowerment.