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An Arctic Refuge lease sale happened — so what now?

By Adam Kolton | January 15, 2021 | 0 Comments

On January 6, as protests in Washington, D.C., morphed into an assault on the U.S. Capitol Building and democracy itself, thousands of miles away officials from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management were opening oil lease bids submitted for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge coastal plain.

Adam Kolton discusses Arctic Refuge oil on Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

By Corey Himrod | December 11, 2020

Adam Kolton, Alaska Wilderness League’s executive director, recently joined Pete Dominick on his Stand Up! podcast to discuss the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the current push to open this wilderness to oil and gas development.

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Biden opens the door to protecting the Arctic Refuge

By Kristen Miller | November 30, 2020

This piece originally appeared in The Hill. (Cover photo: Porcupine caribou on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge — Florian Schulz/www.florianschulz.org)

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Adam Kolton joins Hannah Blake to talk Arctic Refuge

By Corey Himrod | November 9, 2020

Adam Kolton, executive director of Alaska Wilderness League, joins Hannah Blake to discuss the bounty of beauty and life that is the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

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