The Western Arctic is an ecological hotspot of global significance.
Wildlife values abound both onshore and offshore in the Western Arctic.
They all appear in the monster tax reform package that Congress is aiming to pass in early December.
The Emperor Goose population has rebounded.
Audubon Alaska is in the preliminary stages of creating a birding trail for Southeast Alaska.
BLM puts out a call for oil lease sale nominations in protected areas of the NPRA.
Audubon Alaska released the 'Ecological Atlas of the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort Seas'
The US EPA is considering allowing Pebble Mine to operate in Bristol Bay.
The process to re-do the Five Year Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program has begun.
President Trump's Executive Order on expanding federal offshore energy puts the Arctic Ocean back on the table for offshore drilling.
Today, the Trump Administration directed the Department of Interior to walk back protections to vital marine areas in the U.S. Arctic Ocean.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Land Transfer Act and the State National Forest Management Act aim to continue large-tree old-growth logging.
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