photographer, writer, and speaker
"Preserve our nation's natural wild treasures by investing in clean, renewable energy."
Our nation is addicted to a finite resource – oil. As our population and energy consumption increase, so will the pressure to open areas like the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, our coastlines, deserts, and other wild places to oil development. Drilling in these sensitive areas will fragment intact ecosystems and weaken global biodiversity – a key component to the health of the earth and all of its inhabitants.
Nationally recognized conservation photographer. Author, educator and award winning activist for protection of the Tongass National Forest and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
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Amy Gulick is a photographer, writer, and speaker. Her work has appeared in Sierra, Audubon, E Magazine, and High Country News. In addition, her work has been featured in the conservation campaigns of the Alaska Wilderness League, Ocean Conservancy, Sierra Club, and the Alaska Rainforest Campaign. She is a Fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers, and the 2008 recipient of the Daniel Housberg Wilderness Image Award for Excellence in Still Photography, presented by the Alaska Conservation Foundation. She is a Mission Award recipient of the North American Nature Photography Association, which also awarded her its Philip Hyde Grant for her conservation work in the Tongass National Forest.
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