Climate change is reshaping our planet and the economies it supports, and smart investors are staying away from risky Arctic drilling. [Cover photo: Caribou on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge coastal plain. (Peter Mather/www.PeterMather.com)]
[This piece originally appeared in EcoWatch. Cover photo: A polar bear family relaxes on the Arctic coast. (Jennie Gosché)]
For many of us, Alaska represents what author Wallace Stegner called “the geography of hope,” a place that captivates and inspires millions who feel our country is richer for having truly wild, vast and largely intact landscapes where herds of healthy wildlife still roam freely. Where Indigenous peoples live in deep harmony with the land […]
[This piece originally appeared in The Hill. Cover photo: Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Peter Mather/www.PeterMather.com)] As Alaskans, we care about our environment, because we know the lands and waters provide us with places to harvest food, to fish, or simply camp and recreate.