What should an Alaska climate change policy look like?

Arctic sea ice is seen from a NASA research aircraft on March 30, 2017, above Greenland. (NASA photo)

Alaska is on the front lines of climate change. A recent report found that we are living through the warmest period “in the history of modern civilization” – and in Alaska, we’re warming twice as fast as the global average. So what should we do about it?

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HOST: Rachel Waldholz

GUESTS:

  • Nikoosh Carlo – Senior Adviser to Gov. Bill Walker on Climate Change and Arctic Policy
  • Chris Rose – Renewable Energy Alaska Project

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Rachel Waldholz covers energy and the environment for Alaska's Energy Desk, a collaboration between Alaska Public Media, KTOO in Juneau and KUCB in Unalaska. Before coming to Anchorage, she spent two years reporting for Raven Radio in Sitka. Rachel studied documentary production at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, and her short film, A Confused War won several awards. Her work has appeared on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Marketplace, among other outlets. rwaldholz (at) alaskapublic (dot) org | 907.550.8432 | About Rachel

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