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Alaska is experiencing the impacts of climate change more intensely than the rest of the nation: limiting the causes and consequences of climate change.

A time of change, a time of care

We’ve all heard the old sayings, “There’s a sucker born every day” and “Every many for himself,” but right now the Covid-19 pandemic has revealed the deep and catastrophic flaws in those worldviews. The pandemic necessitates collective care, not exploitation. It requires prioritizing the most vulnerable over conveniences and profit. … Read More

What will climate do to us?

What worries an Alaska climate expert? When climate specialist Rich Thoman of the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy at the University of Alaska Fairbanks shared graphs and data with Anchorage residents last week, he pointed out a bevy … Read More

Falling in love with Alaska

Tracy Lohman does development work for Trustees, and has lived in Alaska for nearly 30 years. Here she talks about falling in love with Alaska every day. I arrived in Alaska summer solstice 1990. A local told me that the … Read More

Ambler road rears its head

A Canadian mining company wants Alaska to finance a private industrial road in the Brooks Range of northern Alaska and the State intends to lead the charge through the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority. The Ambler road rears its … Read More

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