Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation Executive Director Angela Rodell, left, listens to Dr. Michael Tobin, of climate action group @350 Juneau, during its quarterly meeting in Juneau on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018. The local chapter of the national environmental group has been asking the trustees to divest from fossil fuel investments.

Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation Executive Director Angela Rodell, left, listens to Dr. Michael Tobin, of climate action group @350 Juneau, during its quarterly meeting in Juneau on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018. The local chapter of the national environmental group has been asking the trustees to divest from fossil fuel investments.

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