By Gov. Mike Dunleavy: Alaska is in a great position to accelerate commercial-scale clean hydrogen production and capture an outsized portion of the market.
Salmon fishing, NJ kills black bear hunt, UC Davis study triggered by ‘trash’ fish (ft. Cody McLaughlin)
Cody McLaughlin joins the podcast with an Alaska salmon update and crazy news stories from California and New Jersey. Tune in!
Tyler Freel from Tundra Talk Podcast joins the podcast to discuss the latest on ANWR and why DC isn't vested in Alaska's interests.
Cody McLaughlin joined the podcast from his new home in Alaska to discuss adjusting to the Last Frontier, the MeatEater controversy and more.
How much oil is there in ANWR? Estimates run between 4.3 billion and 11.8 billion barrels,
The Green's cannot demand that we expand the nation's power grid to include widespread, inefficient wind and solar installations, and at the same time deny us the copper it takes to do so.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), reversed an Obama-era finding, and concluded that the project “would not be expected to have a measurable effect on fish numbers” in the Bristol Bay watershed.
The Roadless Rule banned all logging, commercial development, and road construction in Tongass, the largest national forest in the United States.
Making ANWR oil available is a big step forward for America and all who wish renewed strength to the land of the free. The caribou and their wild friends will never know the difference, but we will.
Claims by environmentalists that the road would do “irreparable harm” to birds using the Pacific Flyway are belied by the well-documented experience of migratory birds along far more challenging flyways.
After 30 years, residents of King Cove, Alaska finally won approval for the construction of a road connecting their remote Aleutian fishing village to an all-weather airport. Yet the Center for Biological Diversity, Defenders of Wildlife, and their ilk would have the world believe that an 11-mile-long, single-lane gravel road will put birds migrating along the Pacific Flyway in peril.
“This is an agreement that will provide Alaska with an economic boom comparable to the development of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System in the 1970s.”
The Pacific walrus will not be listed under the Endangered Species Act, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced Wednesday, leaving intact a necessary food source for some Alaskan communities.
Climate alarmists now say the infamous Exxon Valdez oil spill – that multiple investigations said was caused by an inebriated captain and a crew that failed to follow proper protocol steering the vessel through Alaska’s Prince William Sound – is somehow linked to our SUV’s and smokestacks.
President Obama’s Alaskan climate grandstanding was a flop on its two most vital points.