Environment

At the APK

The Salmon Way

March 2020

Author and photographer Amy Gulick discusses her book “The Salmon Way” – An inspiring look into the lives of Alaskans and salmon and how they intertwine.

At the APK

Whale Tales & Fish Sagas

February 2020

As part of their class with the University of Alaska, fisheries students, Matthew Callahan & Valentina Melica, joined by their professor, Anne Beaudreau, convey their research on whales and sablefish (black cod).

At the APK

Tin Can Country

February 2020

Editor Anjuli Grantham & Fishtorian Bob King discuss the book Tin Can Country: Southeast Alaska’s Historic Salmon Canneries.

Juneau World Affairs Council

The Ocean’s Health: Challenges and Opportunities for Awareness and Conservation

The Juneau World Affairs Council presents “The Ocean’s Health: Challenges and Opportunities for Awareness and Conservation” with Dr. Carlos Yaipen-Llanos. Dr. Yaipen-Llanos is a marine veterinarian and founding president of the Organization for Research and Conservation of Aquatic Animals, or ORCA, in Peru. Through his work, he’s seen devastating effects on Peruvian waters and marine…

Forum@360

Forum@360: Signal-to-Noise

A group of artists from across the country are touring Ketchikan, Juneau, Gustavus and Sitka by ferry. Artists Nina Elder, Billy Joe Miller, Wendy Given and Jimmy Riordan are exploring the theme of signal to noise in our understanding of place, nature and community. The artists’ Tidelines Journey is sponsored by The Island Institute based…

Juneau World Affairs Council

Juneau World Affairs: Mongolia Today: Profile, Strengths and Politics

The Juneau World Affairs Council, in partnership with the Rotary Clubs of Juneau and the Open World Leadership Center, present: “Mongolia Today: Profile, Strengths, and Politics” with Mongolian Parliament member Tsogtbaatar Damdin. Mr. Tsogtbaatar is a former cabinet minister and newly-elected member of the Mongolian Parliament.His primary focus is the development of responsible, accountable, open…

Coming into the Country

A conversation about John McPhee’s 1977 classic “Coming into the Country” – a book that defined Alaska for many readers. Alaska’s Energy Desk tracked down policy makers, homesteaders, and river runners that were featured in the book to find out how Alaska has changed over the the past 40 years. A live studio audience asks…

Forum@360

Forum@360: The Path to Renewable Energy in Southeast

What is the future of renewable energy in Southeast Alaska? Three community stakeholders will discuss advances in technology and the challenges of powering the region’s most remote locations. We will look at models across the globe to see what’s working and how it could be adapted here.

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