Climate change is reshaping our planet and the economies it supports, and smart investors are staying away from risky Arctic drilling. [Cover photo: Caribou on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge coastal plain. (Peter Mather/www.PeterMather.com)]
[This piece originally appeared in the Anchorage Daily News. Cover photo: Caribou calves in the Utukok River Uplands, National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska. (Patrick Endres)] By Pat Pourchot The Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently released its final land-use plan and Environmental Impact Statement for the 23-million-acre National...
Ten years after Deepwater Horizon, our president is now a constant ally of fossil fuels, lowering safety standards while seeking to allow or increase drilling in the Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic and Gulf of Mexico. (Photo via Unified Command Joint Information Center.) Read more
Alaska Wilderness League galvanizes support to secure vital policies that protect and defend America’s last great wild public lands and waters. Visit the website of our sister organization Alaska Wilderness League Action to learn more about its legislative and political advocacy to protect Alaska’s wild places.