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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…

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“Frontier” land grab continues

Peggy Tileston is a board member and one of the founders of Trustees for Alaska. Below, she offers decades of perspective on…

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Alaska Brief–October 2018

  Civility feels like a distant memory, consensus a foggy dream. What happened to listening to understand? What happened to empathy? What happened…

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Voting is on!

Voting is on in Alaska right now! Yes, early voting is underway. Why vote early? Vote early so you can spread the…

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The legal waiting game

Trustees and its clients will play the legal waiting game this fall while waiting for several District Court decisions. These rulings could…

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Alaska Brief Newsletter–September 2018

We don’t need Twitter to tell us that the Trump administration couldn’t care less about where or how Alaskans–or any Americans–live in…

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Peril in the Western Arctic

Industry spin causes peril in the Arctic The story of “Alaska” holds a lot of power over people. It conjures up images…

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Vote for salmon Nov. 6

Election Day is Nov. 6, but Alaskans need to know some other deadlines leading up to that day. Register to vote The…

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Advocating for the planet

In May, our summer interns, Maggie and Jenna, jumped into legal research and writing, and into exploring the state, but how time flies!…

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Alaska Brief Newsletter–August 2018

Salmon got a big lift this month. The Alaska Supreme Court put an end to litigation between Stand for Salmon and the…

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