A new University of Alaska report aims to help state leaders craft energy policies as the Arctic changes
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A new University of Alaska report aims to help state leaders craft energy policies as the Arctic changes

Clean Arctic  
01-25-2023
 
(arctictoday.com) – The second section, on Alaska’s Arctic energy systems, discusses the way energy is used in Alaska, including potential for modernization and integration of renewables. The third section discusses the need for infrastructure that is resilient to climate change, which is happening faster in Alaska and the Arctic than in almost every other place in the world. That section mentions the disastrous impacts in Alaska last fall of Typhoon Merbok as one recent event that shows the need for climate-adapted infrastructure.
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