Alaskans have always worked to protect our home

Alaskans have always worked to protect our home

In a predictable series of dog whistles to his political allies, Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan recently claimed that the Biden administration is “attacking” Alaska by pausing the previous administration’s extraction projects. Senator Sullivan is hardly...
Looking back and forward on 100 days and 50 years

Looking back and forward on 100 days and 50 years

April 30th marks President Biden’s first 100 days in office, and it’s undeniable that a lot has changed since he took office. The Executive Orders he signed on his first day slowed or paused the previous administration’s focused march towards exploitation at all...
Lasting protection for the next 60 years, and beyond

Lasting protection for the next 60 years, and beyond

Now that 2021 is well underway, we’re starting to see the shape of the changing landscape that’s emerged since Inauguration Day – as well as what remains consistent regardless of political shifts. While a lot of work lays ahead, it might be described less like...
Action Alert: Protect Polar Bears from Seismic Testing

Action Alert: Protect Polar Bears from Seismic Testing

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on December 8, 2020, published a proposed Marine Mammal Protection Act Incidental Harassment Authorization (IHA), opening a 30-day public review and comment period. If finalized, the IHA would allow the incidental harassment, meaning...

Love Is The Way

Love is the Way brings together the voices speaking in defense of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, highlighting the generations of stewardship by Gwich’in and Iñupiaq people. Inspired in part by footage of the late photographer Michio Hoshino, this film explores the friendships, values, and stories shaped by the place, and the strong commitments to its protection. As the Trump administration pushes a decades-old political agenda, this film reminds us of the sacred connections between us, and the ways that a place can teach us how to live with respect and compassion.

Paving Tundra

Ambler mining road would disrupt the Western Arctic Caribou migration, cross over 2,000 rivers & streams, interfere with subsistence lifestyles of rural Alaskans, & cross through @GatesArcticNPS. Sound like a bad idea? We think so too.