Environment Seminar Series
University of Toronto School of the Environment
March 22, 2023
Greenhouse Environmental Humanities Book Talk Series
University of Stavanger
August 30, 2021
"Off the Shelf" Virtual event
Series hosted by UNC Libraries and UNC Press
May 27, 2021
Northern Alaska Environmental Center
April 27, 2021
In addition to Defending the Arctic Refuge, Finis has written or co-authored other pieces that consider the history and ongoing fight over this land.
"Did one photograph change the fate of the Arctic Wildlife Refuge?"
Washington Post, March 3, 2023. Read Online
"The Slideshow that Kept Oil Drills Out of the Arctic National Refuge"
Zócalo Public Square, February 22, 2023. Read Online
"Big Oil Wants to Refreeze Alaska Permafrost — So It Can Keep Drilling There"
Truthout, August 25, 2022. Read Online
"Trump sold off the Arctic Refuge—Congress must end this risky boondoggle"
"The Slide Show That Changed History: An Overview of Defending the Arctic Refuge"
Arctic Relations: Scholarship & Stories, October 22, 2021. Read Online
"It’s Congress’ turn to stop Arctic Refuge oil drilling"
The Hill, June 12, 2021. Read Online
“What Human Rights Look Like: Border-Crossing Caribou and a Fight for Environmental Justice”
NiCHE (Network in Canadian History & Environment), April 22, 2021. Read Online
“Indigenous Advocacy Transformed the Fight over Oil Drilling in the Arctic Refuge”
Washington Post, March 14, 2021. Read Online
“Arctic Refuge Protectors: An Open Letter from Teachers and Scholars”
Co-authored with Rosemary Ahtuangaruak, Subhankar Banerjee, and Norma Kassi, March 13, 2019. Read Online
“Arctic Drilling Is ‘Ecocide on an Incredible Diversity of Wildlife’”
Truthout, November 29, 2018. Read Online
"An irreplaceable ecological treasure is about to be auctioned for oil. Will Canada step up?”
Co-authored with Norma Kassi, Globe and Mail, November 4, 2017. Read Online