The Alliance's Press Room
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Alaska Conservation Alliance
Jul 20, 2010
Conservation and Development with an Alaska TwistIt's all about doing it right - ensuring a strong economy while protecting Alaska’s unique environment. It's this 'do it right' sentiment that brings together again the Resource Development Council and the Alaska Conservation Alliance to present the third annual Tileston Award.
Apr 01, 2012Alaska Dispatch
- The Alaska Legislature is considering making it tougher for citizens to use the courts to stop oil, gas, mining or other industrial projects they oppose. The effort is pitting environmentalists against industry, and raising questions about whether only the moneyed should have access to the judicial system.
Mar 20, 2012Fairbanks News-Miner
- A conservation group says a bill that would require parties seeking to halt resource extraction or construction projects post a security is unconstitutional and would put corporate interests above those of Alaskans.
Feb 02, 2012Juneau Empire
- Earlier this month, Department of Natural Resources employees received an email from a Deputy Commissioner, saying that their mission statement had been changed. The old one read: “To develop, conserve, and enhance natural resources for present and future Alaskans.”
Nov 23, 2011Anchorage Daily News
- The winter holidays bring great cheer, great food and greater utility bills. Holiday cooking, festive lights and inefficient appliances all contribute to rising electric bills. Alaskans already pay some of the highest energy costs in the United States and use on average 40 percent more electricity in the winter months than in the summer. But before you say "bah, humbug," check out some of these simple holidays tricks to use your energy more efficiently and give yourself the gift of lowered energy bills this season.