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Ecological Civilization: Challenge and Opportunity

Ecological Civilization: Challenge and Opportunity

Ecological Civilization: Challenge and Opportunity Eric SchaetzleMember, ALICE Board of Directors For many years, and even more so today, there’s been a growing awareness that the health of living systems is the foundation for a healthy society, that these systems are...

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Responding to Ecosystem Transformation: Resist, Accept, or Direct?

Responding to Ecosystem Transformation: Resist, Accept, or Direct?

We present a framework that encompasses three strategies for fish and wildlife managers dealing with ecosystems vulnerable to transformation. Specifically, managers can resist change and strive to maintain existing ecosystem composition, structure, and function; accept transformation when it is not feasible to resist change or when changes are deemed socially acceptable; or direct change to a future ecosystem configuration that would yield desirable outcomes.

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Alaska’s Got Climate Solutions

Alaska’s Got Climate Solutions

Alaska, the state warming twice as fast as the rest of the nation, is a canary in the coalmine for climate disruption. Across the state, the effects of climate change are being experienced – some areas much more poignantly and life altering than others.

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It’s not PFD vs STATE.  It’s BIG OIL GREED vs ALASKANS

It’s not PFD vs STATE. It’s BIG OIL GREED vs ALASKANS

In Alaska, the people own the natural resources. Unlike other states, Article 8 of our Constitution requires that those resources, including oil and gas, be used wisely for “the maximum benefit of its people”. Royalties from non-renewable oil and gas sales are collected and part of the earnings redistributed to Alaskans in the form of a Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) according to a specific formula.

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ALASKA CLIMATE CHANGE RESPONSE FUND ACT OF 2020

ALASKA CLIMATE CHANGE RESPONSE FUND ACT OF 2020

DRAFT House / Senate Bill NO.  _____ IN THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA THIRTIETH LEGISLATURE – FIRST SESSION Sponsor(s): A BILL FOR AN ACT ENTITLED “ALASKA CLIMATE CHANGE RESPONSE FUND ACT OF 2020: An act establishing the Alaska Climate Change Response Fund to...

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Please share and stay well!We're starting the year off on a strong foot- thanks to the tireless efforts of our supporters and the community, the team at FCAC is growing!Now Hiring: Part-Time Administrative Assistant.FCAC seeks a dynamic and highly motivated individual to administratively support FCAC to advance local and statewide processes and solidify structures. This new position in FCAC will help with administrative support across the movement towards a Just Transition in Alaska, working in close partnership with the FCAC Executive Director. This work includes a wide variety of administrative support requiring independence, judgment, initiative and attention to detail. This position has the potential for growth to full time within FCAC and would be a part of a supportive, passionate, and dynamic team.For full description and details to apply, click the link below:docs.google.com/document/d/1mQHgUqdFwl_8X-N7eB67QLrzaAkP7J_PZIN-gRwI3G4/edit?usp=sharing ... See MoreSee Less
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