With the federal environmental review process recently launched for a massive Alaska LNG project, the federal gas pipeline coordinator’s office is looking for direction from the White House on whether its mission will change.
The Alaska Policy Forum, that publishes the earnings of thousands of public employees in Alaska, is not so open when it comes to disclosing its financial supporters -- including the conservative Outside group that has funneled large grants its way.
This article originally appeared in Vulture. On YouTube right now, you can—and should—watch the entirety of Live in Sydney, a 1993 performance from U2’s ridiculous, iconic, and undeniably spectacular Zoo TV Tour. It’s a polarizing junction in the band’s 38-year run, but it’s also the one I’ve always found most...
Rob Duke's insight:
Masterful post-modern critique of the love-hate-fear relationship we have with everything cloud and media related....
Think more about the library as a service, having a teacher-librarian who can act as a filter, a connection maker, an information expert for learners. Someone who can support inquiry learning through the development of information literacy competencies in addition to the development of children as readers.
Alaskans who signed up for health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act will see hefty premium increases in 2015, the state Division of Insurance announced Thursday. Here's a deeper look at the state's announcement, who is affected, and reactions to the increase.
Moda Health says it will cancel individual policies that do not comply with the Affordable Care Act, a decision that will affect about 800 Alaskans. Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield, meanwhile, will allow its members to hang onto noncompliant policies
After a huge dam was demolished in Washington, U.S. Geological Survey researchers say salmon populations began to recover and 70 acres of new beach provided a new habitat for Dungeness crabs, clams, and other species.
As the Senate continues to debate final passage of a constitutional amendment that would overturn Citizens United, Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) came to the Senate floor and called Citizens United money laundering that was made legal by the Supreme Court.
We have seen plenty rooftop farming initiatives over the past years here on Pop-Up City, but this one takes the ideas about farming and repurposing rooftops to a new level. Something & Son have initiated a peculiar sustainable farming project on the roof of a building in Folkestone, UK. The designers grow fish and other crops behind the facade of a characteristic fish and chips restaurant.
OPINION: Randy Bates of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game isn't playing straight with Alaskans about either the process or the purpose of revising plans for state game refuges, sanctuaries and critical habitat.
Fish food: Aquaponics offers full-circle farming Waynesville Smoky Mountain News Forsythe, a farm-boy-turned-recreational-gardener, spent a good two years studying aquaponics before he bought so much as one piece of PVC pipe.