Wild Lands & Wildlife

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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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

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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Speak for the fish

Speak up for the salmon, animals and people of Bristol Bay.

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Historic vote to protect the Arctic Refuge

A historic vote moved the bipartisan House Bill 1146, the Arctic Cultural and Coastal Plain Protection Act, out of the House Natural…

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Pebble is an unwelcome guest

The science used to justify the proposed Pebble mine lacks credibility. The financing behind the project looks sketchy. The processes for pushing the project lack internal accountability.

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Court win protects Izembek!

A federal District Court decision today voids a land exchange deal between the Interior Department and the King Cove Corporation that attempted…

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Say it one more time: No Pebble mine

Once a place gets officially designated as “the Pebble deposit” or “the Ambler mining district” or “the National Petroleum Reserve” or “the…

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Still standing for salmon

If there’s one thing we learned from the last election cycle, it’s that Alaskans care about salmon. No, Alaska voters did not…

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Supreme Court hears hovercraft case

Today the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that has broader implications than John Sturgeon’s desire to use a…

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