A young Juneau woman and four other Americans are on their way home from a six-week tour of British Columbia’s remote Sacred Head Waters to raise awareness of potential development. Twenty-four-year old Julia Nave is among four 2010 Colorado College graduates, who – armed with cameras, notebooks and a Young Explorers grant from National Geographic…
Activists across Alaska are organizing to protect local watersheds. They met last week in Juneau to compare notes and make plans for future efforts.
A Steller’s Sea Eagle has been seen in downtown Juneau – far afield from its habitat of eastern Russia. Research wildlife biologist Dave Douglas saw the rare eagle Friday morning.
A partially eaten deer found in a Juneau neighborhood on Monday has Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists scratching their heads.
Tulsequah Chief Mine officials are expected to be part of a Taku River task force meeting later this week.
For the sixth time in seven years, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is projecting a directed commercial fishery for Taku River King salmon in 2012.
After a three month delay, the task force – created in September by Juneau’s legislative delegation to gather facts about the river and possible impacts of Tulsequah Chief Mine redevelopment on the Canadian side of the Taku River watershed – will meet for the first time next week.
A climate action plan, designed to help the City and Borough of Juneau achieve a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, is up for adoption at tonight’s (Monday) Assembly meeting.
The Juneau World Affairs Council hosts a three-day conference titled “the Politics of Global Climate Change.”
Tags record sounds of killer whales searching out their prey