2023 can be the year for clean energy progress in our state if we keep pushing our leadership to enact policy that works with and for all Alaskans.
As the fanfare of the election fades and races are called, the action moves to legislative organization – who will be in charge, who will wield power, and who will not.
Community solar is a step forward for our state that can be unlocked with policy change. It democratizes the energy transition and allows more Alaskans access.
Native American Heritage Month is a time to reflect on a 10,000 year legacy of stewardship, and to look forward.
October is “National Energy Awareness Month,” designated by a decree from the late president George Herbert Walker Bush in 1991. We at The Alaska Center believe that every month gives us reason to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy production, considering what is at stake without a rapid global transition to low-carbon energy sources. The recent storms that battered the …
There is a massive opportunity for good jobs for Alaskans in creating a clean energy future.
August is Black Business Month, a time to celebrate and amplify Black leadership in economic development and entrepreneurship across the country.
The most historic climate legislation in U.S. history should give us a moment of hope for the process of lawmaking and Democracy.
When we do this work together, the future looks bright. These are our communities and these should be our Climate Action Plans.
What if Alaskans have the power to change the trajectory of our entire nation? The Alaska Center’s Hot Takes In A Cold Place Blog