The plan calls for the creation of landing strips, drill pads, pipeline supports, a seawater treatment plant, 175 miles of roads, and other infrastructure in Alaska’s north coast.
Anchorage, Alaska experienced the hottest fourth of July in its recorded history yesterday. What is known as America's “coolest city” hit 90...
The Trump administration has shown a penchant for supplicating itself to trophy hunters and trappers.
The deeply unpopular plan would benefit a few rich oil companies while threatening people, wildlife and the climate.
“This project sets us down a dangerous path of destroying the Arctic. An oil spill in the Arctic would be impossible to clean up and the region is already stressed by climate change.”
The loss of indigenous languages is not Alaska’s concern alone. It affects all of us.
We must stand for the protection of the Arctic Refuge and ask our representatives to do the same.
“The Trump administration has approved an unprecedented and illegal proposal to sell out Izembek National Wildlife Refuge.”
Seven women, who are all current or former aides at the Alaska Capitol, reported the unwanted sexual advances.