GOP Tax Bailout Targets The Arctic Refuge


League Staff | November 16, 2017
(This piece was written and submitted by Susan Sorg, and originally appeared on OneWildLife.) “The sacred place where life begins.” This is how the Gwich’in, the indigenous people who have lived in the Arctic Refuge wilderness for thousands of years, describe their interconnection with this land. Read more
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Here Be White Bears: The Arctic’s Pale Predators


League Staff | August 2, 2017
Author Michael Engelhard has written essay collections including American Wild: Explorations from the Grand Canyon to the Arctic Ocean, and Ice Bear: The Cultural History of an Arctic Icon, from which this essay has been excerpted. He lives in Fairbanks, Alaska and works as a wilderness guide in the Arctic. This article has also appeared...
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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. Read more
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