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Murkowski, Sullivan throw support behind Alaska LNG Project
The project would move gas from the North Slope through an 800-mile pipeline to a liquefaction plant in Nikiski
Big climate bill: Major new spending to spur green energy
Experts say it isn’t enough, but it’s a big start.
Erosion reveals old oil drums near Eagle Beach
The situation is noncritical, said state and federal agencies working on a removal solution.
Low early-run king numbers prompt restrictions
Off to a very slow start.
Cleaning up the environment is their bag
Annual citywide cleanup held.
A Ray of Hope in Chaotic Times
Even in these chaotic and perilous times, there is reason for hope. Humanity finds itself at a major crossroads: Do we choose the path of… Continue reading
Feds put freeze on Roadless Rule rollback
On the Roadless Rule again.
Gov criticizes Biden admin over Bristol Bay review
Ready for litigation.
Juneauites use performances to urge climate action
Salmon returns set records in Bristol Bay while Southeast runs struggle
Prices are up all around.
Forest Service set to approve Kensington expansion
Objections period is open.
Rally generates excitement for electric vehicles
Going for green.
Could rare earth minerals be Alaska’s edge?
Green tech and defense tech.
Insulation and energy efficient buildings
Discussing local solutions to climate change with Alan Wilson.
Environmentalists welcome lawmakers with call to action
Fossil fuel-free Alaska?
Want to keep energy costs down? Local experts make recommendations
Cold is temporary but savings are savings.
Dunleavy: State will appeal Pebble decision
A “flawed decision.”
Tulsequah Chief Mine moves closer to clean up
60 years of effort.
Coeur is committed to environment in expansion, mine manager says
Public comment ends Dec. 14.
Banner day: Activists display anti-drilling message throughout state
A Not For Sale sign.