Wesley Early, Alaska's Energy Desk - Kotzebue
Despite backlash over coronavirus timing, Alaska’s investment arm puts $35M into fund for Ambler Road
Critical public testimony didn’t stop the AIDEA board from putting $35 million toward the controversial Ambler Road project Friday.
After a Kaktovik man was found guilty of killing and wasting a polar bear in a small North Slope village, several prominent Alaska Native organizations are calling the sentence “inappropriate.”
Wildlife biologists say the Western Arctic caribou herd numbers have stabilized in the Selawik National Wildlife Refuge near Kotzebue.
Arctic ocean temperatures are rising at rates faster than previously thought by the scientific community. That’s the finding of a new study from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, which shows warming waters having an effect on everything from sea ice growth to marine ecosystems.
The city of Kotzebue has used wind power for decades to supplement its fuel use, and is now about to break ground on a brand new solar project.