Alaska is exceptionally vast. At more 665,000 square miles, Alaska is more than two and a half times the size of Texas. Alaska has more than 50% of the U.S. coastline, or 6,640 miles. Enormous and diverse, Alaska’s landscapes and seascapes comprise some of the planet’s last remaining intact natural areas. Today’s webinar features two WWF Alaska experts: From Homer, Alaska, Dave Aplin – Director of Education and Outreach for WWF’s Arctic Field Program — and his colleague Mike Crispino, Senior Director, Oceans, from Washington, DC. The two will take us on a virtual adventure from the North Slope to Bristol Bay, investigating the wildlife and communities found along the way. Through incredible imagery, this webinar highlights issues that connect Alaska’s nature and people, from climate change to unsustainable development, including an update on the fight to stop the Pebble Mine.
Originally presented September 23, 2020
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