News & Updates

Biden Administration to Restore Protections for Alaska’s Tongass National Forest
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Biden Administration to Restore Protections for Alaska’s Tongass National Forest

USDA announces new strategy to protect old-growth trees—important to local communities, birds, and the planet.

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Protecting Important Bird Habitats in Alaska Is Our Nation’s Best Climate Solution
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Protecting Important Bird Habitats in Alaska Is Our Nation’s Best Climate Solution

Audubon’s new Natural Climate Solutions Report highlights Alaska’s contribution to our nation’s climate solutions

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National Audubon Society Announces CEO David Yarnold to Step Down
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National Audubon Society Announces CEO David Yarnold to Step Down

President and Chief Conservation Officer Dr. Elizabeth Gray to Serve as Interim CEO.

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USDA Forest Service Restores Roadless Protections and Public Process on the Tongass
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USDA Forest Service Restores Roadless Protections and Public Process on the Tongass

— On November 23rd, the USDA will begin a 60-day public comment period on its decision to reinstate the Roadless Rule on the Tongass.
The House Passes Build Back Better
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The House Passes Build Back Better

— The historic decision brings us one step closer to protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
The Loss of Birdsongs
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The Loss of Birdsongs

An Elder's lifetime of observations in Arctic Village, Alaska

Dirt Democracy
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Dirt Democracy

The importance of connection and community in combating the climate crisis.

Hold that Road!
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Hold that Road!

Administration takes the first step to course correct Trump-Era NEPA rules.

The Future of Infrastructure
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The Future of Infrastructure

At the heart of infrastructure is the question: How do we get from point A to point B and what values should we consider in that journey?

The Entire Colorado River Basin is in Crisis
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The Entire Colorado River Basin is in Crisis

We need climate action, now. (part of our series on climate change in the Pacific Flyway)

EPA Plans Next Step Towards Protecting Bristol Bay
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EPA Plans Next Step Towards Protecting Bristol Bay

Agency says it will invoke its Clean Water Act authority to block Pebble Mine, a project that would threaten one of the most important places for birds on the planet.

Protecting the Kasilof for Unique Migratory Tenants
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Protecting the Kasilof for Unique Migratory Tenants

An article from our friend John Wros with The Conservation Fund.

How the Boreal Forest Can Help Protect Birds (and the Planet) from Climate Change
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How the Boreal Forest Can Help Protect Birds (and the Planet) from Climate Change

As the areas like the Pacific Flyway heat up, we turn towards nature-based climate solutions for answers.

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