Municipality commits to goal of reducing emissions 80 percent by 2050.
The Alaska Senate unanimously passed a capital budget for fiscal year 2020.
Congressmen Don Young and Senator Lisa Murkowski, along with two other congressional delegates, introduced bipartisan, bicameral legislation that will help local and state governments protect the country’s 95,000 miles of shoreline.
The Alaska Senate unanimously passed Senate Bill 16 to clarify irregularities detrimental to small businesses in the state’s alcohol license laws.
In Alaska, as in a number of other states, abandoned vessels are a huge issue.
Alaska Governor Michael J. Dunleavy last week made his nominations for the two State of Alaska seats on the North Pacific Fishery Management Council.
Alaska Governor Michael J. Dunleavy will lead a small delegation to CERAWeek 2019, an annual gathering of international energy industry leaders in Houston, TX. Dunleavy will also join IHS Markit Vice Chairman and conference Chair Daniel Yergin for a “special dialogue” highlighting Alaska’s energy renaissance and new investment opportunities.
Alaska Congressman Don Young achieved a history-making milestone by becoming the longest serving Republican in the history of the United States Congress. Congressman Young breaks a record previously held by former Speaker of the House Joseph Gurney Cannon.
The Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) has released a draft of its Climate Action Plan for public comment. In September 2018, the MOA, in partnership with the University of Alaska, launched an effort to create a Climate Action Plan for Anchorage.