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Alaska Brief–May 2019

The Arctic got hot early this year. Klawock hit 70 degrees Fahrenheit in March, the earliest 70-degree day ever recorded in Alaska. Arctic sea ice has hit a record low. Temperatures surged 30 to 40 degreesFahrenheit above average across the … Read More

Join us in the Arctic!

We decided to host two trips to the Arctic this year to share some of the places, animals and people we work to protect from industrial threats. Both trips offer an opportunity to talk to attorneys about the specific actions … Read More

Stand for the Arctic Refuge

In December, the Trump administration released a rushed draft environmental impact statement aimed at pushing oil and gas drilling in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The government shutdown stalled essential services, but not Trump’s drilling agenda. … Read More

Alaska Brief–January 2019

  Federal employees got zero dollars on their paychecks. Air and water quality monitoring ceased in some communities. Trash accumulated at national parks. The consequences of the current government shutdown are severe and enduring, and will only get worse as … Read More

Act now to protect the Arctic Refuge

Last month the Trump administration dropped a hasty draft environmental impact statement aimed at steamrolling oil and gas drilling in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The public by law can review and comment on the draft … Read More

Alaska Brief–November 2018

Fighting to protect wilderness, wildlife, and clean air and water can feel disheartening. It just got harder in Alaska with the election of a Governor who, like the Trump administration, wants to gut environmental protections and hastily pave the way … Read More

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