ACAT News & Updates

Protecting Children’s Environmental Health While Re-opening Schools: Recommendations from the Healthy Schools Network   

CHE-Alaska Webinar: Recorded on October 28th, 2020

Click the following link to listen to the recording – https://youtu.be/IQMND-AiMgU

Click the following links to view and download Barnett’s presentation slides and accompanying handout.

On October 28th, CHE-Alaska was joined by Claire Barnett, founder and Executive Director of the Healthy Schools Network, to discuss environmental health and justice aspects of schools re-opening across the US. We talked about a recently released collaborative playbook researched and released by the Healthy Schools Network and the

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Career Opportunity: Operations Manager

Alaska Community Action on Toxics (ACAT) is a non-profit, statewide organization. We seek a full-time manager to direct operations that support all of ACAT’s endeavors. Each of ACAT’s staff members must be able to work independently as well as inter-dependently with other staff and board members to achieve ACAT’s mission: We believe everyone has a right to clean air, clean water, and toxic-free food. Driven by a core belief in environmental justice, ACAT empowers communities to eliminate exposure to toxics

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The Proposed Pebble Mine and Threats to Our Ways of Life: Bristol Bay Communities’ Ongoing Efforts to Protect Our Culture and Health

CHE-Alaska Webinar: Recorded on September 30th, 2020

You can listen to the recording here  (https://youtu.be/V5EvebQGH2s).

The proposed Pebble Mine, situated in the Bristol Bay watershed that is home to the world’s largest wild salmon runs, has been a contentious issue for Alaskans for many years. The debate about the mine continues to garner local and national media attention as the Pebble Partnership attempts to secure the necessary state and federal permits. In addition to projected environmental damage to wetlands, streams, and rivers

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