Trump’s Budget Sells Out Alaska To Big Business

Kristen Miller | June 14, 2017

(This piece originally appeared in The Hill.) Outside of issuing executive orders and rolling back environmental protections, the Trump administration has been proficient at very little sound policy — but it sure does know how to snuggle up to big business.

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The Bird Is The Word


Corey Himrod | May 13, 2017
Today is International Migratory Bird Day – a chance to celebrate an amazing diversity of birds, some of which travel incredible distances just to reach their breeding grounds in the Arctic. So, will you be out birding with the rest of America this weekend? Read more
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Marching For The Arctic, Marching For Our Climate


Kristen Miller | May 2, 2017
On the 100th day of the Trump administration, millions of people across the planet joined forces at the People’s Climate March to show the world and its leaders our unity on the need to find solutions to the climate crisis. Read more
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Finding Light In The Darkness Of Arctic Winter


Corey Himrod | April 14, 2017
(This piece is posted with permission.) Photographer Peter Mather has gone to great lengths to photograph wildlife in Canada’s Yukon Territory and across Alaska. In a new photo essay on Arctic Deeply, he shares some of his favorite winter shots and some tricks for staying warm. Read more
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