This webpage provides an overview of the Marine Protected Area (MPA) in the Northern Shelf Bioregion which extends from the top of Vancouver Island (Quadra Island / Bute Inlet) and reaches north to the Canada-Alaska border.
This links to the website of the Yukon North Slope Protected Area Project, an important part of the Inuvialuit homeland. The area stretches from Alaska to the border of the Northwest Territories.
This links to the Indigenous Sentinels Network - which aims "to provide remote, Indigenous communities with tools, training, networking and convening, coordination, and capacity for ecological, environmental, and climate monitoring."
This links to the Sustainable Southeast Partnership (SSP) website - a dynamic collective uniting diverse skills and perspectives to strengthen cultural, ecological, and economic resilience across Southeast Alaska.
Defending the Arctic Refuge: A photographer, an Indigenous Nation, and a fight for environmental justice
This is a story about how the Arctic people fought to stop private industry and politicians turning an unique ecosystem into an oil field.
For the Taku River Tlingit, giving life to love of land means not just putting lines on a map — that’s just the beginning of the work. Protecting and loving the land means having their people as boots on the ground, looking after it and making sure it remains healthy for future generations. This is the story of the Taku River Tlingit’s visionary plan to protect their lands, and why that matters for all of us.