Pacific Environment partners with U.S. environmental groups and indigenous leaders to promote climate justice, fight offshore oil drilling in Alaska, and advocate ocean rules that protect California and Arctic coastal communities, marine wildlife and fragile coastal waters.

TAKE ACTION: Tell Congress No Fossil Fuel Bailouts

Campaign | March 24, 2020 | Domenique Zuber
As the world suffers from the coronavirus pandemic, the fossil fuel industry in the United States is trying to cash in on Congress’ emergency relief legislation. This is a...

Take Action to Protect Alaska’s Waters from Oil Spills

Campaign | March 10, 2020 | Domenique Zuber
We need you to raise your voice. Help us stop the industry’s attempts to increase drilling and weaken protections for Alaska’s waters. The oil industry claims current spill regulations...

Over 46,000 people told polluter to keep dirty ships out of National Park

Blog Post | February 19, 2020 | Dj Tyson, Arctic Program Associate
Over 46,000 people want Carnival Corporation’s dirty cruise ships out of Alaska’s Glacier Bay National Park. We made sure the National Park Service got that message. Two years ago,...

Alaska Natives Lead Conversation Toward a Just Transition

Blog Post | February 6, 2020 | Kay Brown, Arctic Policy Director
A recent Alaska Native-led statewide gathering in Fairbanks—Kohtr’elneyh Remembering Forward: A Strategic Framework for a Just Transition—explored a hopeful and provocative approach to transforming Alaska’s oil-dependent extractive economy to...

Our Top 5 of 2019

Blog Post | December 23, 2019 | Alex Levinson, Executive Director
With the support of activists like you, we are building people power around the Pacific Rim to fight climate change, defend the oceans, promote open and inclusive societies, and...

Decisions in London, Impacts in the Arctic

Blog Post | December 19, 2019 | Jim Gamble, Arctic Program Director
Earlier this year, Mellisa Maktuayaq Johnson told a room full of international shipping experts in London that “the sea and the land are our store.” Most people in the...