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We’re taking Trump to Court. Again.

We’re taking Trump to Court. Again.

The Trump administration doesn’t want the law to get in the way of a public land giveaway. Not long after the District…

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Trump’s EPA paves way for Pebble

Trump’s EPA paves way for Pebble

Politics, power and pandering mean more to the Trump administration than clean water, thriving fisheries, and healthy Alaska communities. The withdrawal of…

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Lawsuit calls out agencies violating FOIA

Lawsuit calls out agencies violating FOIA

Today Trustees for Alaska and Bahr Law Offices filed a lawsuit calling out federal agencies for violating the Freedom of Information Act…

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Alaska Brief–July

Alaska Brief–July

Complicity takes many shapes. It can show up as apathy, distraction, and ignorance. It can wear the disguise of “business as usual.”…

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Failure is the new complicity

Failure is the new complicity

We submitted over 400 pages in comments on the Army Corps’ draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Pebble mine showing that…

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The NPRA leasing process is broken

The NPRA leasing process is broken

The National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska —also known as the Western Arctic—provides rich wildlife habitat that nourishes the animals and people who rely on…

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U.S. House to vote on Arctic Refuge protections

U.S. House to vote on Arctic Refuge protections

An Arctic Refuge protections bill will go to the House floor in a historic vote in September 2019

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How does the Army Corps’ draft EIS break the law?

How does the Army Corps’ draft EIS break the law?

Trustees for Alaska and the Sierra Club Environmental Law Program just submitted 400-plus pages of comments on behalf of 15 client groups…

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Alaska Brief–June 2019

Alaska Brief–June 2019

It’s hard to speak up when you don’t feel heard, and harder still when you feel threatened. Dominant power structures have used…

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A melting, eroding Alaska needs climate action

A melting, eroding Alaska needs climate action

Tracy Lohman came to Alaska 29 years ago. She celebrates June 21, the summer solstice, as her first day in her new…

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