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Forest Service Proceeds with Plans to Remove Roadless Protections for Tongass National Forest
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Forest Service Proceeds with Plans to Remove Roadless Protections for Tongass National Forest

Agency ignores importance of old-growth trees for birds, fish, and local communities.

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A New Study Shows What It Will Take to Reverse Biodiversity Declines
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A New Study Shows What It Will Take to Reverse Biodiversity Declines

Indigenous stewardship of land in Canada, Alaska, and beyond are key to reaching biodiversity goals.

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Lawsuit Fights Administration's Plan to Open 18 Million Acres of Western Arctic to Oil and Gas Drilling
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Lawsuit Fights Administration's Plan to Open 18 Million Acres of Western Arctic to Oil and Gas Drilling

Environmental groups head to court to fight energy development plan that will damage pristine wilderness and critical habitat and deepen the climate crisis.

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Legal Victory in the Tongass National Forest Goes Unchallenged by Department of Justice
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Legal Victory in the Tongass National Forest Goes Unchallenged by Department of Justice

— Voluntary dismissal of appeal keeps Prince of Wales Island protected from logging.
House Introduces Sweeping Legislation to Tackle Climate Change on Our Coasts
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House Introduces Sweeping Legislation to Tackle Climate Change on Our Coasts

— The Ocean-Based Climate Solutions Act calls for urgent action on the issues facing our ocean and coasts.
Why we are here
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Why We Are Here.

A note from our Executive Director, Natalie Dawson on why we are here and what we can accomplish together.

Keeping Birds Safe in Safety Sound
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Keeping Birds Safe in Safety Sound

An Important Birds Area (IBA) for nesting Aleutian Terns, foraging Tundra Swans, and more.

Forest Service Proceeds with Plans to Remove Roadless Protections for Tongass National Forest
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Forest Service Proceeds with Plans to Remove Roadless Protections for Tongass National Forest

— Agency ignores importance of old-growth trees for birds, fish, and local communities.
A New Study Shows What It Will Take to Reverse Biodiversity Declines
BirdBlog

A New Study Shows What It Will Take to Reverse Biodiversity Declines

Indigenous stewardship of land in Canada, Alaska, and beyond are key to reaching biodiversity goals.

Audubon Takes the Administration to Court to Save America’s Arctic
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Audubon Takes the Administration to Court to Save America’s Arctic

With our allies we will bring voices of opposition to protect vital bird habitat and one of our country’s last untouched places from oil and gas drilling.

Lawsuit Fights Administration's Plan to Open 18 Million Acres of Western Arctic to Oil and Gas Drilling
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Lawsuit Fights Administration's Plan to Open 18 Million Acres of Western Arctic to Oil and Gas Drilling

Environmental groups head to court to fight energy development plan that will damage pristine wilderness and critical habitat and deepen the climate crisis.

Audubon: “All-hands-on-deck to defend the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.”
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Audubon: “All-hands-on-deck to defend the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.”

Audubon files federal lawsuit to stop the administration’s efforts to drill in the Refuge.

Alaskans Stand Up to Protect Arctic Refuge from Exploitation
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Alaskans Stand Up to Protect Arctic Refuge from Exploitation

— A coalition of Alaskans denounced today’s decision to proceed with drilling in Arctic Refuge.

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