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The entirety of Southeast Alaska is in some state of drought.
Juneau high schoolers hope policy changes faster than the climate does.
A school project took on a life of its own.
The team was supposed to last until 2020.
The Republican Party can learn from a trip to “Jurassic Park.”
The messenger was warmly received, the disconcerting message not so much.
Scientists must shift focus to climate change, not outer space.
We face a future with great challenges.
The effects of climate change could be costly.
“Open for business” or “business as usual?”
The Roadless Rule might be part of the problem.
That sunny summer is to blame.
An appeal would go to the Alaska Supreme Court.
Is this a glimpse of the “new normal” for Endicott Arm?
Dr. Don Wuebbles, a former climate scientist for the Obama administration, led a chant outside the Alaska Capitol building on Saturday morning. Before him on… Continue reading
The “blob” is dead, and in 2017, Alaska’s above-normal temperatures went with it. Not everyone enjoyed the changes that last year brought to Alaska’s weather,… Continue reading
Gov. Bill Walker on Tuesday morning announced the members of his climate change advisory board. The board, established by an executive order on Halloween, has… Continue reading
Gov. Bill Walker billed a press conference Tuesday morning as the rollout of his strategy to address climate change. When the announcement came, it was… Continue reading