Alaska is one of our most important solutions to climate change

The Campion Advocacy Fund has long seen natural climate solutions as a critical piece of the climate puzzle and we view our shared public lands as a generational opportunity to address climate change.

Often viewed as a place of towering mountains, lush forests, and undeveloped landscapes, Alaska provides an outsized opportunity to establish a new framework of public land management that promotes natural climate solutions over extractive development. In fact, Alaska’s public lands and waters account for more than 1/3 of our nation’s total public lands and store more than 50% of the total carbon for the country.

To learn more about upcoming federal actions that will shape the future of management decisions on our shared public lands in Alaska, and the opportunities that lie ahead for promoting natural climate solutions in the state, check out this article from our friends at the Alaska Venture Fund.