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The urgency for climate modeling known as downscaling' is greatest in Alaska, which has warmed twice as fast as the rest of the country.
Hunters in the Alaskan village of Wainwright, a community of about 550 Inupiat Eskimos at the lip...
08/26/2014 | Read More
An advisory committee formed after 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster could be meeting for the last time this week, because its charter is set to expire.
A committee that advises the federal government on how to make offshore oil drilling safer could be...
01/09/2013 | Read More
BP will pay a $25 million civil penalty for its 2006 Alaska oil spills, or over $4,900 per barrel, in the largest such fine to date for an oil accident
BP Plc's $85 million settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice for oil spills in Alaska in...
05/04/2011 | Read More
Scientists fear declining Arctic sea ice may have caused the unprecedented movement of these large mammals facing extinction this century
By Suzanne Goldenberg, Guardian Scientists in the Arctic are reporting a rare mass migration of...
09/13/2010 | Read More
Climate advocates say showdown opens path for sixty-vote supermajority needed to pass climate legislation this year
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) of Alaska failed in her ill-timed and controversial campaign to take away...
06/11/2010 | Read More
While Millions of Acres Could Be Opened to Drilling, EPA Is Tightening Regulations
In a move that has drawn criticism from virtually all sides, President Obama today proposed...
03/31/2010 | Read More
While politicians around the world debate how to reduce human-caused greenhouse gas emissions,...
07/02/2009 | Read More
As you may have heard, Governor Sarah Palin announced an energy plan last week that includes an...
01/22/2009 | Read More