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By Mary Catharine Martin The Salmon State Every day for decades, bear hunter, guide, and early 20th century Southeast Alaska homesteader Allen Hasselborg logged the… Continue reading
Event combines live performances with climate catastrophe-thwarting message.
Protecting old-growth forest should be seen an essential climate move.
Southeast Alaska one of the country’s hardest-hit areas
We need to plan now.
If we are to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius, we must electrify everything.
Our maritime lifestyles and dependence on maritime transportation generate significant emissions.
Composting is on the rise locally —with good reason.
Juneau Climate Change Solutionists: Protecting Forests through Indigenous land management with Richard Chalyee Éesh Peterson
Our greatest role in the global fight against climate change is to protect our land.
Opinion: For Alaska’s fishermen and workforce Murkowski and Sullivan must be climate leaders starting with confirming EPA Administrator Regan
Here in Alaska, clean water and healthy habitat for our fish are truly our lifeblood.
“As for the next ice age, it’s about time. But no worries. CO2 has saved us.”
“We need to solve for the pattern instead of for a single problem”
The clock is ticking to fast-track Alaska’s electric vehicle ecosystem.
“We all have the potential to have a greater impact that we may realize.”
SEACC to host monthly Climate Conversations through May.
We in Juneau might wonder if every day is wetlands day.
Young people care about protecting our environment and mitigating the impacts of a changing climate.
“Our leaders remind me of children building a sand castle on the beach.”
The real sleeper is the relief and hope this bill offers for a rapidly warming Earth.