The tourism industry is on an undeniable rebound, but only some businesses are returning to profitability.
Without the conditional sailing order, the Alaska Tourism Restoration Act can’t apply. That would leave the 19th-century Passenger Vessel Services Act in place.
The ruling comes more than a decade after the Center for Biological Diversity, a conservation group, first petitioned the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to list the walrus as endangered or threatened.
The decision comes after an administrative law judge recommended that the DEC should not uphold the certificate in April.
The Interior Department has suspended oil and gas leases in ANWR that were issued to Alaska’s state-owned economic development corporation and two smaller companies in the final days of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Faster chargers consume large amounts of electricity for short bursts of time, which means a business hosting a charging station may have to pay a high demand charge.
This week, Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski and New Hampshire Democratic Senator Maggie Hassan wrote a letter to the CDC and Coast Guard asking them to work together to exempt commercial fishers from the mask requirement.
Hilcorp’s line, which delivers fuel gas to a system of oil platforms in the inlet, sprung a leak last month.
Scientists have downgraded the alert level at Great Sitkin Volcano near the Aleutian Island of Adak following an eruption Tuesday night.
A collaboration between scientists from both countries is providing a clearer picture of the species, which remain subsistence staples to Arctic communities.