Posts Tagged "climate change"

Alaska Brief Newsletter–June 2017

Dear Supporter: Do you remember that movie “Independence Day”? It told the story of people coming together to fend off a destructive…

From greenbelt to mountain top

I am a committed bicycle commuter. I started commuting by bike at 15 when I got my first job doing data entry…

Breaking news: Congress uses budget to drill Arctic Refuge

  What is special interests’ latest attempt to push oil and gas drilling in the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge? Using the budget…

Climate change puts Arctic communities in peril

Whether living in the Arctic or an urban center in the Lower 48, we all have a stake in the health of…

Self-taught artist paints rural Alaska life

  Ryder Erickson makes paintings from his home in Unalakleet, Alaska. He’s a self-taught artist who recently supported Stickers for Conservation by…

Art that reflects the land

Ryder Erickson makes paintings from his home in Unalakleet, Alaska. He says climate change hits close to home. He’s a self-taught artist…

The Western Arctic needs protection

The name makes it sound like a giant oil field—the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska—but the largest unit of public land in the country,…

New Pebble permit requires $2 million bond

  Today, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) issued a new permit to the Pebble Limited Partnership (Pebble) that requires an…

Alaska Brief Newsletter — March 2017

Scott Pruitt’s attack on science is an attack on our communities. When the head of the Environmental Protection Agency undermines science, he…

2016 Triumphs, Challenges: The Year in Review

Celebrating the successes of 2016: Pebble subpoenas tossed out; Trustees argue for National Park Service regulatory authority over navigable waters; court decision stops Mat-Su coal mining; and more.

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