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New Alaska Wildlife Managers Could Revive Old Fights Over Federal Protections, Bear- and Wolf-Killing

From: Alaska Public Media

“If I were a wolf or a bear in Alaska right now, I would be headed for the Canadian border, ASAP,” said Rick Steiner, an environmental advocate and former…

Bear Cub Killers in Alaska Have an Ally in Donald Trump

From: Mother Jones

““Some component of the population here derives great ego gratification out of killing wolves and bears,” says Rick Steiner, a retired University of Alaska professor…

EPA STIFLES OPPOSITION TO GIANT ALASKA MINING DUMP

From: The National Memo

"The Trump administration is trying to rush through a review of the Pebble Mine in Alaska with some public hearings not even having microphones for speakers.…

FOUR DECISIONS IN THREE WEEKS: HOW TRUMP IS TRANSFORMING ALASKA

From: Alaska Public Media

“Finally, at the end of 2017, Congress allowed an excise tax collected on American oil to expire, which goes into a government trust used for oil spill cleanup…

FEDERAL SUPPORT FOR OIL SPILL FUND WILL END IN 2018

From: Juneau Empire

“On Monday, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility said by email that a 9-cent per-barrel excise tax on all American crude oil will expire at the end…


News Releases

SHELL ARCTIC OFFSHORE SAFETY DATA STILL UNDER WRAPS

Specifics Bolstering President’s Assurance Cannot Be Produced until after Drilling

CALL FOR OBAMA TO DECLARE FIRST ALASKAN MARINE MONUMENTS

100,000 Sign Petition Seeking Permanent Protections for At-Risk Alaskan Waters

SUIT TO OBTAIN ARCTIC OFFSHORE DRILLING SAFETY DATA

Key Oil Spill Prevention and Response Documents Still Not Released to Public

WAR GAMES OPEN FIRE IN GULF OF ALASKA

Eco-Effects of Sonar Arrays and Gunnery Unclear Even in Scaled Back Exercises

HUNTING COMPOUNDS RECORD LOW DENALI WOLF SURVIVAL

110,000+ Sign Petition as NPS Backtracks on Factors behind Ultra-Low Wolf Density