Dyani
Chapman

State Director, Alaska Environment Action

Started on staff: 2016
B.A., cum laude, Boston University
Dyani runs campaigns to promote clean air, clean water, and open spaces in Alaska. She lives in Anchorage and loves to hike, ski and cook yummy food.

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Statement: Green Century shareholder resolution urges Chevron* to avoid the Arctic Refuge

Wildlife & wild places

Statement: Green Century shareholder resolution urges Chevron* to avoid the Arctic Refuge

Green Century Capital Management°, Environment America’s affiliated socially responsible mutual fund company, announced on Friday that for the second year in a row it has filed a shareholder resolution with Chevron, urging the oil company to commit to no future drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

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Statement: AIG Announces Climate Goals; Commits To No New Investment Or Insurance For Dirtiest Energy Sources

Wildlife & wild places

Statement: AIG Announces Climate Goals; Commits To No New Investment Or Insurance For Dirtiest Energy Sources

AIG announced several commitments on Tuesday in line with an overall plan “to achieve Net Zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across its global underwriting and investment portfolios by 2050, or sooner.” Along with other pledges, AIG said it will no longer invest in or provide insurance for any new energy exploration activities in the Arctic. As the first major U.S. insurance company to make such an announcement, AIG joins the six largest banks in the United States and Canada’s five largest banks in declining to help oil and gas companies do business in the Arctic.

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Environment America submits nearly 16,000 comments in support of restoring protections for Tongass National Forest

Wildlife & wild places

Environment America submits nearly 16,000 comments in support of restoring protections for Tongass National Forest

With the comment period for a proposal to protect 9.2 million acres of Tongass National Forest ending Monday, Environment America submitted 15,941 comments to the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) as part of a national effort which generated more than 100,000 comments in favor of protection. I

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