Lori Townsend, APRN – Anchorage
Last year a team that included scientists, business owners, environmentalists and native leaders in Alaska released a report outlining action the state can take to begin adapting to climate change. What has state government done with the report since then? Nothing, according to Terry Chapin, a University of Alaska Fairbanks ecology professor.
Today, Chapin summarized those recommendations during a live internet presentation for the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy. One idea he is particularly excited about is a “knowledge network” that would allow for dialogue between the people who have information and people who need it.
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