Posts Tagged "NPR-A"

Alaska Brief Newsletter–August 2017

On fish stories and protests The people of Bristol Bay will share the big fish story of 2017 for years to come.…

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…

Mitigation on the Frontier

Alaska is on the forefront of mitigation changes that look at all the impacts of development before projects are proposed.

Protecting Alaska’s Western Arctic

Trustees for Alaska works to protect the Special Areas and wildlife resources of the National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska in the face of increased energy development and the escalating impacts of climate change.

Nuiqsuit Subsistence Users Speak Out against Court Decision

REVISED from 5/26 For Immediate Release: May 27, 2015 Contact: Brian Litmans, Senior Staff Attorney, Trustees for Alaska, (907) 433-2007 Nuiqsuit Subsistence…

Court Rules Against Nuiqsut Subsistence Users Approved Permit For Conoco Phillips Alaska

U.S. District Court ruled against Nuiqsut subsistence users when it approved a permit issued by the U.S. Army Corps pf Engineers for a Conoco Phillips’ oil and gas project near the community of Nuiqsut.

Important Cases in 2015

Trustees for Alaska is working on important conservation issues and legal cases in 2015. Even with our limited resources, we have a…

2014: The Year in Review

Looking back over the last twelve months, Trustees for Alaska and everyone who loves Alaska have a lot to celebrate. Trustees had…

Victory in the Arctic

On May 27th, a federal judge in Alaska found that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers violated the law when it approved…

Court Requires the Corps to Revisit Its Analysis of CD-5

Press Release: A Federal judge ruled in favor Alaska Natives from Nuiqsut, finding the Army Corps in violation for an oil and gas permit for CD-5.

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