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Entrepreneur Hope Roberts uses her history, her business, and her determination to reconnect with her culture and help others to do the same.
Among hundreds of village and urban corporations, no two have chosen the exact same path to meet that mandate. Here are highlights and updates for a handful.
ConocoPhillips Alaska’s optimization of new technologies and commitment to sustainable development has enabled it to reduce its footprint in the environment by extending drilling from fewer well pads, providing increased revenue and employment opportunities in the state.
All twelve Alaska Native regional corporations marked their 50th birthdays, six months after they celebrated the anniversary of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act that authorized them.
Shipping in the materials needed to build traditional offices, workforce accommodations, repair facilities, and even military installations can be expensive and time consuming, and for this reason, many industries turn to modular facilities.
Concrete structures can last a lifetime or, in the case of the Roman Pantheon and Colosseum, outlast the culture that built them. Despite its staying power, manufacturers and mix-designers are always looking for ways to improve concrete for enhanced performance and environmental sustainability.
Here’s a look at three ways design firms, architects, engineers, and environmental scientists can help businesses think sustainably for the long-term: mining, environmental restoration, and building reuse.
On August 7, the City and Borough of Juneau hosted hundreds of competitors in Alaska’s first-ever full-distance Ironman triathlon, considered one of the most grueling single-day sports events in the world.
Resolve Marine AlaskaMany projects and processes have a naturally high potential for injury or damage, but that doesn’t mean an accident is unavoidable. On the contrary, companies around Alaska demonstrate daily that, with the right attitude toward safety, risky jobs...
Local entrepreneurs are tapping their own love for our four-legged friends and taking advantage of a growing pet industry to meet the needs of Alaska’s pet owners.
Anchorage Community Land Trust Builds from Within, Facilitating Inclusive Neighborhood Entrepreneurship
To ensure that the next generation of Alaskan business owners reflects greatness, we must invest in the talented local entrepreneurs.
Last August Foo Fighters performed a three-night run of concerts that marked the return of large-scale events in Alaska after COVID-19.