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Arctic climate change researchers still conflicted over UAF’s coal-fired powerplant

The new $245 million powerplant, scheduled to come online next year, will feature updated technology that’ll reduce most pollutants – but it will continue to emit greenhouse gases blamed for warming the planet. Many on campus say that conflicts with UAF’s leadership in Arctic climate-change research.

Newscast – Wednesday, August 23, 2017

In this newscast: Defendant in an alleged homicide aboard a cruise ship, Kenneth Manzanares, pleads not guilty, Homeless residents camping in downtown property owned by the Alaska Mental Health Land Trust are told they must leave, Alaska to provide public voter data if $21 records fee is paid by Trump Administration, and Judge approves $1…

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