Project Decisions in Alaska Will Help Define Biden’s Conservation and Climate Legacy

A series of upcoming decisions in Alaska are uniquely poised to shape the contours of President Joe Biden’s conservation and climate record. Biden has already taken action—including in the Tongass National Forest and Northern Bering Sea—to restore damage done by the Trump administration’s attempted sellout of Alaskan forests, wildlife, and waters. However, the Biden administration faces strong pressure from stakeholders in the extractive industry and their political allies not to finish the job.

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