“This is a Yup’ik and Indigenous people’s win up here in Alaska,” Michael Martinez said.
A state corporation is in the middle of making another push to get a natural gas pipeline built from the North Slope to the Kenai.
Owner Robert Murphy hopes to have most of the work on the hydro system done by this fall with a rollout of hydropower for his buildings targeted for next spring.
Southeast Alaska tribes, fishermen and others say that the Canadian mining sector enjoys economic benefits while those downstream bear the ecological risks.
Former Alaskan Tommy Beaudreau is on his way to becoming the second in command at the U.S. Interior Department as the deputy to Secretary Deb Haaland.
Sullivan says decisions made by the Trump administration that benefit Alaska are under attack.
Legislation proposed by Gov. Mike Dunleavy would allow the state to sell subsurface gas-only leases in part of Kachemak Bay so companies could drill into undersea reservoirs from miles away.
Local officials in Haines see it as an opportunity to upgrade old shipping infrastructure.
The U.S. Department of Energy chose 11 communities nationwide to receive federal assistance for renewable energy projects. Five of them are in Alaska
The delay will affect BLM land in five different areas of Alaska, but the most notable halt is on 9.7 million acres in the Kobuk-Seward Peninsula resource management area.