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Tips on using federal and regional incentives for a clean energy future for Southeast Alaskans.
Montana ruling establishes youths’ rights to clean environment, after similar case failed in Alaska.
The gray, two-story home with white trim toppled and slid, crashing into the river below as rushing waters carried off a bobbing chunk of its… Continue reading
As a scorching wake-up call reverberated around the globe, climate scientists urged accelerated action in the Arctic to help slow the rate of warming and… Continue reading
Canadian wildfires, proposed North Slope projects draw heat at Climate Fair for a Cooler Planet
The Climate Fair for a Cool Planet is coming up on Saturday, Aug. 5, from 3-5 p.m. at the Whale in Overstreet Park. You might… Continue reading
Economic as well as environmental prospects emphasized at second annual energy conference
Suspended in netting in a downtown Anchorage building is a potent symbol of Arctic climate change: a chunk of sea ice that started at 310… Continue reading
Demonstration uses electric tool to cut up giant credit cards.
More than half of those are in just four countries: India, Pakistan, Peru and China.
Statewide organizations advocate for legislative action
“This is going to happen again, and if it gets warmer and not wetter things can go south.”
The world’s glaciers are shrinking and disappearing faster than scientists thought…
The effects of climate change are being felt far and wide.
The seabirds are struggling because of climate-linked ecosystem shifts…
Traditional lifestyle is vulnerable to climate change effects
Crossing the country for climate change: A Juneau kid is paddling and walking from Juneau to Washington DC for climate change awareness and action
He’s fighting climate change one step and paddle stroke at a time.
Experts say it isn’t enough, but it’s a big start.
Problems at Mendenhall Valley Wastewater Treatment Plant now blamed on abnormally high precipitation
There’s free ice cream, too.