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Voices of the Peninsula: Protecting salmon in a changing climate

...forward at a record-breaking pace to the front lines of a changing landscape. Sue Mauger is the science director of Cook Inletkeeper, a community-based group working to protect Alaska's water and salmon resources.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-01-24/voices-of-the-peninsula-protectin
Opinion
Op-ed: Our salmon deserve better

...habitat, and be prepared to make the tough policy calls needed to avoid them.Bob Shavelson is the Executive Director of Cook Inletkeeper, a community-based nonprofit group that works to protect salmon habitat and water quality throughout the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-07-09/op-ed-our-salmon-deserve-better
Opinion
Voice of the Peninsula: King salmon series strangely silent on king salmon habitat

...habitat in Alaska, it's pretty clear the message is not getting through. Bob Shavelson is the Executive Director of Cook Inletkeeper, a citizen-based organization working to protect clean water and healthy salmon throughout the Cook Inlet...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-01-14/voice-of-the-peninsula-king-salmo
Opinion
Coming to a crossroads: Promises of 'clean coal' will take Alaska backward

...not the misinformation and distortions we're hearing now from Big Coal. Bob Shavelson is the executive director of Cook Inletkeeper, a nonprofit organization that protects water quality and salmon habitat throughout the Cook Inlet watershed...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/083007/oped_3648.shtml
Tip to pollution hotline leads to legal action

A tip to Cook InletKeeper's pollution hot line over the 2006 Memorial Day Weekend led to Fairweather Marine taking legal responsibility for one of its captains allowing sandblasting on one of its vessels in the Kachemak Bay Critical Habitat Area and a contribution to the Homer-based environmental organization to educate mariners about clean boating practices.

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/101507/news_4231.shtml
Coalition rallies, seeks signatures

...gets going, there's going to be other mines there as well," Atcheson said. Bob Shavelson, executive director of Cook Inletkeeper, thinks it's important to put fish protection and water quality issues back before the voters. In addition...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/120607/news_3692.shtml
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Opportunity is knocking: Alaska salmon need protection from mixing-zone loophole

...public opinion that supports clean, healthy salmon over polluted spawning habitat. Bob Shavelson is executive director of Cook Inletkeeper, a community-based nonprofit organization formed in 1995 to protect the Cook Inlet watershed and the life...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/031308/oped_4570.shtml
Opinion
Committee hears of Chuitna mine threat

...forward. Also at its meeting Wednesday, the committee heard a presentation from Bob Shavelson, executive director of Cook Inletkeeper, on the impact the Chuitna coal mining project would have on the surrounding environment. ?I can?t think...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/040607/news_0406new003.shtml
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Inlet whales face 1-in-4 chance of extinction in 100 years

...long-delayed research needed to ensure the Cook Inlet beluga has a fighting chance,? said Bob Shavelson, director of Cook Inletkeeper, a nonprofit environmental organization focused on the Cook Inlet watershed. According to scientists who have...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/042007/news_0420new001.shtml
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Groups unite over Drift River: Unified Command ensures decisions about the terminal are made as one

...extremely close proximity to an erupting volcano if they decide to remove the oil. Bob Shavelson, executive director of Cook Inletkeeper in Homer, has been calling on the state and CIPL to draw down the oil at the terminal "It's mind-boggling...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/033109/new_283435387.shtml

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