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35,000 Walruses 'Haul Out' on Alaska Beach
Environment  (tags: ecosystems, climate-change, walruses, Alaska, Arctic, wildlife, animals )

Nancy
- 19 days ago - cnn.com
Arctic ice is dwindling, the waters of the North Pacific Ocean are the warmest on record and tens of thousands of walruses have taken notice, "hauling out" on an Alaskan beach in numbers never seen before.
Powerful Opportunity to Stop Destructive Mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay - Via Earth Justice
Environment  (tags: Environment, North America, Alaska, Mining Industry, Bristol Bay, Ecosystem, Habitat destruction, Forest, Water Pollution, Salmon Migration, Spirit Bear, Trees, Wildlife, EPA, Petition to sign )

Victoria
- 40 days ago - secure.earthjustice.org
The proposed mine would be the largest, most destructive open-pit mine ever built in North America destroying the great salmon migration, the spirit bear and heavily polluting water. The EPA is currently accepting public comments so please sign.
Tell EPA: Stop Pebble Mine - Petition
Animals  (tags: Salmon, Alaska, Bristol Bay, Pebble Mine, open pit gold copper mine, wetlands, toxic, Canadian Compnay )

Dandelion
- 43 days ago - act.credoaction.com
The world's largest salmon fishery could soon be poisoned by toxic mining waste. Canadian mining company wants to build a massive open-pit gold and copper mine in the ecologically-sensitive streams and wetlands that feed into Alaska's pristine Bristol Bay
Protect Brown Bear Habitat From Toxic Mining
Environment  (tags: Bristol Bay, Alaska, salmon, Pebble Mine, Environmental Protection Agency )

Dandelion
- 66 days ago - online.nwf.org
Bristol Bay, Alaska, brown bears depend on pristine rivers and streams that sustain the world's largest runs of sockeye salmon. Mining industry is proposing to build a massive mine at headwaters of Bristol Bay that would devastate brown bear and salmon.
Tell the EPA: Protect Bristol Bay ACTION US
Business  (tags: Koch Brothers, minind, Alaska, veterans, fishing, livelihood )

Nancy
- 75 days ago - action.votevets.org
Every summer, hundreds of veterans head to Bristol Bay, Alaska to earn a living as commercial fishermen, but Koch-connected mine development is putting those jobs, and the local habitat, in series risk.
Support Phase 2 of the Fire Island Wind Project ! PLEASE SIGN ! !
Green Lifestyle  (tags: eco-friendly, renewable energy, protection, Alaska )

Cher
- 128 days ago - change.org
If this petition takes off, it will show the Chugach Electric Association (CEA) Board of Directors that the public supports clean renewable energy in Alaska!
Firefighters Battling Forest Blaze Stop to Rescue Five Wolf Pups Abandoned By Their Parents
Offbeat  (tags: Alaska, Kenai Peninsula, Funny River, firefighters, inferno, wolf, pups, cubs )

Evelyn
- 144 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Alaskan firefighters on the Kenai Peninsula at Funny River, stopped battling inferno when they heard yelping. Discovered & rescue 5 dehydrated wolf pups in a den, had all suffered a run-in with a porcupine, needing quills removed from their tiny bodies
Another Reason To "Give It Up"!!!
Animals  (tags: iditarod, animalcruelty, world, Alaska, risks, safety, dogs )

Nancy
- 229 days ago - msn.foxsports.com
An Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race musher was flown to a hospital after a harrowing ordeal that included crashing his sled, hitting his head on a tree stump and getting knocked unconscious, and later falling through ice and breaking his ankle.
Scientists Link Fukushima and Alaskan Seal Deaths - Via Energy News
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Fukushima Daiichi, nuclear radiation, Alaska, Seals, Suffering, radioactive contamination, World, Important News )

Victoria
- 268 days ago - enenews.com
Scientists present links between seal deaths and Fukushima fallout, with skin lesions, hair loss and lethargy from the 'Pulsed release' of built-up radionuclides as ice melted. "Wildlife health implications" due to radiation exposure.
Stand With the Veterans Who Stand to Lose Their Jobs in Bristol Bay ~ ACTION ~ PLEASE SIGN!
Society & Culture  (tags: Vote Vets, Koch Brothers, Alaska, jobs, veterans, fishermen, politics, society, humans, ethics )

Carrie
- 273 days ago - action.votevets.org
We have a chance to land a knock out blow right now, but we need to know if you're with us.Sign our petition calling on the remaining investors to abandon this project and protect the jobs of the veterans who head to the Bay every year to earn a living...
STOP THE PEBBLE MINE!--- PLEASE SIGN!
Environment  (tags: Northern Dynasty Minerals, Pebble Mine, Bristol Bay, Alaska, ecosystems, habitatdestruction, nature, pollution, wildlife, destruction, endangered )

Lynn
- 281 days ago - secure.nrdconline.org
TELL NORTHERN DYNASTY TO CALL IT QUITS A Canadian mining company -- Northern Dynasty Minerals -- is the last one standing behind the Pebble Mine, which threatens to destroy Alaska's spectacular Bristol Bay wilderness, its world-class salmon runs and . . .
Alaska Governor Pursues New Strategy in Push to Open Arctic Refuge to Drilling (UGHHH~!)
Environment  (tags: Arctic Drilling, Alaska, Wildlife Refuge, pollution, politics, habitatdestruction, endangered, environment, destruction, animals, wildlife, water, trees, nature, habitat, protection, greenhousegases, climatechange, ecosystems, conservation, Sustainabililty )

Roxy
- 453 days ago - rollcall.com
After being frustrated for decades in their efforts to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas development, Alaska politicians are trying a new approach that may shift the battleground from Congress to the courts
Man Catches 200-Year-Old Fish in Alaska
Animals  (tags: Sitka, Alaska, Fishing, OMG, Photos, For The Win, 200-year-old rockfish )

Judy
- 474 days ago - ftw.usatoday.com
Fisherman Henry Liebman recently made a deep-sea catch he'll never forget, reeling in a record-setting shortraker rockfish.
Steller Sea Lion Has First Captive Birth in Years!
Animals  (tags: AnimalWelfare, animals, habitat, humans, good news, Alaska, seal lion, birth, captivity, pup, decades )

Giana
- 478 days ago - news.yahoo.com
A Steller sea lion pup born at the Alaska SeaLife Center holds an important distinction. It's the first such pup born in captivity on this continent in decades, said the center's president, Tara Riemer Jones.
STOP THE PEBBLE MINE! - NEW ACTION
Environment  (tags: Rio Tinto, Alaska, Pebble Mine, Anglo American, CEOs, destruction, environment, greenhousegases, globalwarming, wildlife, endangered, habitatdestruction, salmons, Native Americans, copper, gold )

Angelika
- 566 days ago - secure.nrdconline.org
Tell the New CEO's of Anglo American and Rio Tinto to Abandon the Pebble Mine!
 

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