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Search below for resources covering the intersection of climate engagement, social science and data analytics.

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Applying an Alaska Native Lens to Climate Sovereignty, Economic Justice, and Healing

Ruth Miller, Meda Dewitt, and Margi Dashevksy. Non-Profit Quarterly
Research & Articles
11-15-2021

The Alaska Just Transition Collective is working to build a solidarity economy that will help Alaska move towards a just transition that cultivates grassroots processes incorporating indigenous sovereignty and stories from the land. Indigenous economic frameworks for redistributing wealth and resources must inform an approach to economic recovery. Traditional indigenous economic frameworkers ensure the health and well-being of the community and center the concept of reciprocity. 

Poll: Public backs strong limits on methane pollution

ALG Research for Natural Resources Defense Council
Research & Articles
08-18-2020

Americans overwhelmingly support updating and strengthening the methane standards and regulations. Even after being shown balanced pro and con messaging, people support touger methane regulations by a nearly 5:1 margin. Curtailing leaks and releases of methane has broad support across all major demographics, including 2-to-1 support among Republicans.

Poll: Alaskans Oppose the Pebble Mine

David Binder Research for the Bristol Bay Defense Fund
Research & Articles
07-09-2020

             

Beyond Fossil Fuels: Planning a just transition for Alaska's economy

Center for Sustainable Economy for Northern Alaska Environmental Center and Greenpeace USA
Research & Articles
12-31-2016

This report seeks to describe key features of Alaska’s economic landscape and highlight existing community projects and ideas that are signposts on the road to a sustainable economy. Many of these ideas were brought forth during two workshops in July 2016. Participants were predominantly Alaskans from across the state who hold a great diversity of knowledge and expertise in the different subject areas. In addition to these existing projects, the report includes recommendations for policies that could help amplify and accelerate this transition beyond a continued economic dependence on fossil fuels and toward a just and sustainable economy.