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Effort by wide range of groups part of global project that has collected 350 million lbs. of waste.
First school in the state to achieve conservation group milestone.
Travels to the to the tiny Yup’ik village of Igiugig in the Bristol Bay region, to Utqiagvik at the northern tip of Alaska and to… Continue reading
Third whale snared in fishing gear this month freed; two whales also reportedly injured by vessels
Final OK of multiyear process may occur this fall, replace existing capacity limits with new policy
Outbreak in Southeast Alaska since 2020 mostly tapering off elsewhere, officials say.
A long-term study of birds that summer around the Prudhoe Bay oil complex found that nest survival for all bird types decreased significantly the closer… Continue reading
Thousands of aboveground tanks that store diesel fuel and other petroleum products would no longer be regulated by the state, under a proposal from the… Continue reading
State says EPA should focus on wood-stove certifications; agency also wants policy for power plants
20-year prohibition on mining, oil drilling applies to newly exposed land as ice continues retreat
Move ups pressure on industry to show results.
Senate Bill 87 aims to make locally milled lumber more widely available for the construction of housing in Alaska
Indigenous leaders — including Rep. Peltola, U.S. and Canadian tribes — seek joint oversight of areas
Annual citywide cleanup held.
BILLINGS, Mont. — The Biden administration has identified more than 175,000 square miles of old growth and mature forests on U.S. government land and plans… Continue reading
A pair of connected Southeast Alaska waterways are on the 2023 list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers issued by a national environmental organization. The Chilkat… Continue reading
U.S. Forest Service to conduct online, in-person sessions during coming weeks for 10-year plan
“They made numerous unsupported comparisons and conclusions to support their allegation.”
The project would move gas from the North Slope through an 800-mile pipeline to a liquefaction plant in Nikiski
Experts say it isn’t enough, but it’s a big start.