Join us this year in making a new resolution: to support Alaska’s youth in becoming our next generation of community leaders and changemakers.
The draft update, now the fifth, is considered the preeminent source of climate information for the US, used by people around the world.
Please join us in standing Together for Tomorrow by making a contribution to The Alaska Center today. Every gift makes a difference!
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.
Two Alaska electric utilities are taking steps that could lead to the construction of the state’s first community solar farms, while a consumer interest group is drafting legislation that could support the efforts.
We finally know all the 2022 Alaska General Election results! Thank you for voting and working to make our democracy strong.
Young voters know their futures are on the line. The recent election turnout should force leadership to evaluate how they engage with this demographic and push forward policies that work to ensure a future where young Americans can thrive.
Josie Adasiak, a sophomore at Lathrop High School, joined 12 teenagers from across the state at the Alaska Youth for Environmental Action (AYEA) Youth Organizer Summit at the end of October to address climate change in Alaska.
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.