Alaskans have a front-row seat to many of our greatest environmental crises.
On Jan. 20, Environment America launched Alaska Environment, our networks 30th state environment group. Our supporters have worked for decades to protect federal lands in Alaska, such as the Tongass National Forest, and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, against drilling, logging, and development. We can now continue this work and expand our reach with campaigns that focus on saving Bristol Bay from being mined and on curbing electronic waste through building support for Right to Repair legislation.
Dyani Chapman will be the new Alaska Environments state director to address these and other issues.
Dyani said, “We have an essential responsibility to play as environmental stewards.” “I am so excited to work alongside the community to ensure that future generations can appreciate the beauty and abundance this amazing place has to offer.”
Learn more about this launch
Check out Alaska Environment.