Southeast Alaska Climate Report No. 4

May was a busy month for Alaska’s climate movement. For one, my work with SEACC was in the news way too much, and not for good reasons either, questioning nuclear waste, questioning natural gas, and questioning the point of it all.  Gov. Dunleavy held a heavily...

Southeast Alaska Climate Report No. 2

Though Southeast Alaska Conservation Council is based in Juneau, not everyone knows that I actually live on Sheet’ka Kwaan lands — 90 miles to the southwest in Sitka. Spring is upon us here and the herring are spawning. As I write this, the herring eggs are coming in....

Introducing the Southeast Alaska Climate Report!

Maybe it’s because it’s the first Monday morning of a potential WW3 as I write this, but my early drafts of this newsletter were full of doom and gloom. I’ve restarted more times than the U.S. has failed to meet its Paris Accord goals, and, well, writing about climate...