Report Secretary of State John Kerry needs to make climate change the focus of the Arctic Council and consider both immediate and longer-term goals if he wants to take decisive action upon becoming the Arctic Council chairman in 2015.
Fact Sheet Healthy coastal ecosystems provide critical social and environmental benefits.
Report Restoring degraded coastal ecosystems produces economic returns above and beyond short-term job creation and economic stimulus.
As former astronaut Kathryn Sullivan takes over NOAA, she faces challenges worthy of a rocket scientist.
Misguided provisions in new fisheries legislation would sacrifice the sustainability of short-term gains.
The Obama administration should protect Alaska’s landscape and its $1.5 billion salmon industry.
The fishing industry is uniquely positioned to help Congress take a major step toward healthier ocean and coastal economies.
Report Rather than creating new revenue-sharing entitlements, Congress should take a comprehensive, fiscally sound approach to addressing the natural resource revenue challenges facing the nation.
John Podesta and Michael Conathan write about Russia's attempts to block the creation of a marine reserve in the Southern Ocean around Antarctica.
Although there are grave concerns about ongoing radiation leaks at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant, the amount of radiation in domestic seafood is still well below safe levels.
The controversial Pebble Mine project in Southwest Alaska pits a mining conglomerate against one of the world’s most iconic fisheries.
Great whites get the ink, but the dogfish is the real villain for Cape Cod’s fishermen.
The new House bill is an unprecedented assault on your health and public lands.
Russia recently refused to let the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources establish marine reserves in the ocean off Antarctica.
Issue Brief A proposal to develop one of the world’s largest open-pit mines in a remote and pristine corner of Alaska could destroy some of America’s most valuable fisheries.