Juneau skiers may be forced to accept a future with warmer winters and less snow.
State officials have closed recreational and commercial fishing for Dungeness and rock crab on the California coast, due to a large algae bloom that’s making the crab unsafe for consumption.
Investigators want to know if the company deceived investors and the public about risks associated with climate change. The company protests that it has included those risks in its reports for years.
A recent study indicates fires in the Yukon Flat region of Alaska are releasing more carbon into the atmosphere than previously thought.
Producers and consumers in southwestern Alaska see one upside to climate change. It’s now possible to farm in parts of the tundra where agriculture was unheard of just a few years ago.
Using traditional knowledge to support ecological research was the focus of two presentations Saturday at the “Sharing Our Knowledge” Tlingit clan conference.
The volume of water flowing through Juneau’s Lemon Creek at one point Thursday was equal to the volume of water flowing through the coveted Rio Grande in the Southwestern United States.
Surprisingly, more than half the council’s non-Arctic states submitted assessment reports of their own emissions of black carbon, the particulate waste from fossil fuel combustion.
The forum kicks off at the UAS Egan Library at 7 p.m. Thursday and continues through Saturday afternoon.
Each year, coastal communities in Western Alaska watch feet – even yards – of shoreline disappear into the waves. Now, a new online mapping tool will let them look at past erosion and see where coastlines might be in future years.