The Yup’ik art of sewing feather-lined parkas for babies was nearly lost after the government outlawed the spring waterfowl hunt. Luckily, a centenarian Elder remembered how it’s done.
The state doesn't have the resources or track record to assume a major program from the federal government, environmentalists say.
The Ocean-Based Climate Solutions Act will restore and protect coastal areas that buffer communities and birds from climate change.
Vaccine production requires the blood of horseshoe crabs, whose eggs are a vital food source for several species, including Red Knots. A synthetic replacement for the blood exists, but the United States is stuck in the past.
In a rushed and secretive process, the Bureau of Land Management is ignoring impacts to people, climate and wildlife, and relying on flawed science.
Climate and conservation activists see opportunities for the president-elect to make major progress beginning on day one.