Claire Stremple, Alaska's Energy Desk - Haines
The sighting is both exciting for the Canadian birders who saw it, and also one small clue in a wider pattern of change.
The No Sail order from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be replaced with what’s called a Conditional Sailing Order, which requires cruise lines to register with the CDC.
What’s happening at the Malaspina Glacier may be the largest landscape transformation underway in the United States, according to researchers.
The industry wants to ensure that it has port access when ownership of the port returns to the city of Skagway from the White Pass and Yukon Railroad
The data will provide a baseline for ensuing years once the cruise industry starts back up.
What’s the air quality like in Southeast Alaska without cruise ships? Scientists hope to find out this summer
Scientists don't have any baseline data to determine the effects cruise ships have on air quality. With the cancellation of cruise ships in Southeast Alaska this year, scientists will finally be able to get that information.
Meghan March intended to travel through South American during Alaska's winter, but she became one of about 60 Alaskans stuck abroad waiting out the coronavirus restrictions.
A small seed company in Juneau says that people seem to be buying more seeds than they could ever need.
Princess Cruises President Jan Swartz said Thursday that the company will cancel all cruises until May.
50 years after a fuel spill near Haines, the Corps of Engineers plans to clean up contamination on the Chilkat River
A fuel spill from half a century ago is polluting soil and water near Haines, and the Corps of Engineers wants advice on how to clean it up.
Not all rural communities have normal sanitation systems like city sewer and water treatment plants, instead they rely on septic systems that need to get pumped periodically. And while the Alaska Marine Highway is shut down, pump trucks cannot get to some small towns that rely on them.
It could be a win-win. The Yukon territory could turn a profit on their surplus, cruise ships could green up their local image, and Skagway might enjoy better air quality near the port.
After hearing the Maui case in Washington DC in November, the Supreme Court is expected to decide how far the Clean Water Act goes next year.
While there’s no mine here yet, a small cadre of scientists live here for half the year, looking for minerals.
Skagway Brewing Company harnesses the carbon dioxide produced by brewing to fuel the plants. Growing the local produce is both supplying the brewery's restaurant and adding a layer of food security to the remote southeast community.