Alyeska Pipeline Service Company published its first environmental, social, and governance report, which tallies workforce diversity, emergency preparedness, and corporate citizenship activities.
Just about any conference, convention, conclave, or convocation is littered with swag, but that doesn’t mean swag has to become litter. Attention to sustainability by event hosts and swag producers ensures that party favors won’t reflect poorly on the entities whose names are stamped on them.
The 2nd annual Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference included a greater emphasis on the food system as an aspect of sustainability, compared to the inaugural year.
As a former teacher, Governor Mike Dunleavy says the goal of his second Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference is for attendees to leave with ideas they didn’t know before.
A new carwash chain, CYBER Express, is coming to Anchorage, and Chugach Alaska Corporation is investing in the venture’s approach to sustainability.
Sitka-based Northline Seafoods secured funding to build a mobile commercial salmon processing platform for the Bristol Bay fishery. The vessel is billed as the world’s most sustainable and efficient vertically integrated processor.
A few Alaska researchers are working to create insulation made from biological materials that removes carbon from the atmosphere.
Trucking fleets are willing to bring alternative fuels to Alaska, as soon as the technology is proven.
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.
Four more businesses have joined the Adventure Green Alaska program for sustainable tourism, which is managed by the Alaska Travel Industry Association.