Alaska set to lead in renewable energy 

A column from a retired Vice Admiral on why Alaska is uniquely poised to be a national leader on renewable energy: One hardly need tell Alaskans about global warming and climate change. Alaska is, in many ways, ground zero for obvious climate change impacts — reduced pack ice in the Arctic Ocean, loss of permafrost, major shifts in bird and wildlife behavior and plant disease vectors related to climate change. The great efforts going on right now to relocate the village of Newtok are indicative of the challenges to come in a future of global warming. Read more

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