By Matt Lee-Ashley, Guest Blogger and Jessica Goad, Guest Contributor on December 24, 2013
Secretary Jewell rejected the multi-million dollar "road to nowhere," a decision favorable for wildlife conservation and American taxpayers.
By Emily Atkin on December 16, 2013
The spill occurred after a hose running underneath the fuel dock -- likened to a gas station for boats -- was damaged, apparently due to changes in tide and wind overnight.
By Joanna M. Foster on November 1, 2013
Shell announced that it is considering a return to the Chukchi Sea for oil in 2014, despite two years of trouble.
Want daily updates on important issues? Subscribe to
By Joanna M. Foster on October 9, 2013
While some skeptics say the Arctic is doing just fine, Alaska and the Hudson Bay Lowlands tell a different story.
By Ari Phillips on October 4, 2013
A young man in northern Alaska has taken it upon himself to sue the state for failing to address climate change, which he sees as threatening his family's way of life.
By Jessica Goad, Guest Contributor on September 16, 2013
The news could spell trouble for the controversial copper and gold mine that is proposed for the headwaters of one of the most important salmon fisheries in the world.
By Shiva Polefka, Guest Contributor on August 27, 2013
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy is in Alaska for “fact finding mission” on two of America’s biggest natural resource issues -- climate change and the contentious Pebble Mine proposal.
By Ryan Koronowski on August 26, 2013
This marks the first time a private company has received permission to fly drones in America for non-experimental purposes.
By Aviva Shen on August 5, 2013
Water temperatures reached 80 degrees in some parts of Alaska, prompting mass die-offs of salmon and trout.
By Katie Valentine on August 1, 2013
As summers become hotter and the country's population ages, Australia is becoming more and more vulnerable to deadly heat waves.