Tracking permafrost thaw will help Alaska communities better adapt to climate change | Alaska Insight

Climate change in Alaska affects everything from infrastructure stability to small businesses that need seasonal certainty for success. A new program called Permafrost Pathways has a dual aim of measuring greenhouse gas emissions and supporting community adaptation ideas.

Lori Townsend discusses plans for adjusting to a changing climate with the Alaska Institute for Justice’s Robin Bronen and Darcy Peter from the Woodwell Climate Research Center.

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Originally from the Central Coast of California, Valerie joined Alaska Public Media in July 2017. Before moving to Alaska, Valerie worked as an ENG Editor at WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina. She also served in the U.S. Air Force as a TV/Radio Broadcast Journalist where she got the opportunity to travel around Europe, Africa, The Baltics, and Australia reporting on military events, exercises, and missions. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, skiing, backpacking, learning piano, yoga, and trying new foods.
Lori Townsend is the news director and senior host for Alaska Public Media. You can send her program ideas for Talk of Alaska and Alaska Insight at ltownsend@alaskapublic.org or call 907-350-2058.

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