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Arctic Climate Change Impacts

Some of the wildest and most intact ecosystems on earth are found in America’s Arctic. Our goals are to designate the Arctic Refuge coastal plan as Wilderness and provide protections for special places across America’s Arctic. Join with us to continue this Alaskan legacy of stewardship.

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

This is your special refuge. Wilderness bills pending in Congress will add stronger protection for the Arctic Refuge to keep a promise for future generations.

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Western Arctic

Against all odds, the Bush Administration deferred Teshekpuk Lake oil and gas leasing for 10 years. Now, we seek stronger protections for these unique wetlands and other critical habitats and remote wilderness in the Reserve.

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Arctic News
Additional Rules for Arctic Ocean Drilling
press release ocean
Thanks to everyone: HB 77 is dead!
Victory for the Arctic Ocean!
Sizzling 17th Annual Run for the Refuge
Northern Voices "On Arctic Ground" with Debbie Miller
Subhankar Banerjee coming to Fairbanks Tuesday, September 11!
NAEC Members Speak, Salazar Listens on Western Arctic Plan
Northern Center’s Run for the Refuge Celebrates Arctic
Fairbanks Hosts its First "Hands Across the Sands" Event
Yukon Tanana Area Plan- Comments Due Friday!
THIS SUNDAY-Run for the Refuge! Register NOW!
Run for the Refuge Sunday July 28, 2013
Alaskans ask for Balanced Plan that Protects Special Places; NPR-A comment period closes
Fairbanks NPR-A Hearings a Slam Dunk for Conservation
CCP Success- Nearly 1 Million People Comment for Arctic Refuge Wilderness!
Last Chance to Comment on Arctic Refuge Wilderness
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Plan Released for Comment! Fish & Wildlife Service considers Wilderness for Coastal Plain
Victory for Alaskans! Judge rules Best Interest Finding for Beaufort Sea Leasing is Unconstitutional
Arctic Refuge Wilderness Bill Re-Introduced
Feds Rush Incomplete Environmental Review of Oil and Gas Drilling in Arctic Ocean
Hot Race Celebrates 50th Anniversary Arctic Refuge
Ginny Hill Wood Recieves Fish & Wildlife Service Award for Alaska Conservation
Sec. Salazar urged to reconsider Shell Oil’s exploratory drilling in Arctic Ocean planned to start in less than 60 days
Historic Opportunity for Stronger Protections in New Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Planning Process
Beaufort and Chukchi Seas: Taking a Stand for Living Marine Resources
Victory in 6-Year Fight! Applause to Fish & Wildlife Service for Halting Yukon Flats Refuge Land Trade
Double Trouble for Polar Bears: New Report on threats of melting Arctic Sea ice and offshore oil development
Oil and Gas Industry Toxic Spills 1996-2008 Map
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