Lawmakers have one hot and messy item on their hands right now: the Alaska LNG project. It’s a giant pipeline the state hopes to build, along with three or four other industry partners, to bring natural gas from the North Slope to market.
During this week’s special session in Juneau, most lawmakers have been focused on whether the state should take a larger stake in the Alaska LNG project, which would build a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope.
This session will focus on one thing: the Alaska LNG project. But if you’re like a lot of Alaskans, you might be a little fuzzy on the details.
Gov. Walker said it’s like that door has been shut in Alaska’s face. “This hits us at our lowest time,” he said.
A new generation is using tattoos to reclaim what it means to be a Native woman in the 21st century.
“We probably only have 20, 30 years to get this data, or it’s gone.”
Obama said focusing on the security of Alaska’s thousand miles of Arctic coastline is a priority.
Chamberlain will contribute to the initiative by sharing her more than 20 years of experience studying ACEs, or Adverse Childhood Experiences.
A month after overflow from the Sag River shut it down, spring melt water has made the only access road to the North Slope oil fields impassable again.
In the years leading up to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971, Edwardsen protested the land deal between Russia and the United States, saying it was “robbery” and didn’t affect Iñupiaq ownership of the land.