This article was originally published on February 8, 2023 by the Wall Street Journal. Let Alaska Develop Its Natural Resources By Sarah Montalbano The Biden administration has reinstated a 2001 rule imposing unnecessarilyRead More
Who Makes the Rules? The State or the Feds?
Alaskan hunter John Sturgeon is headed back to the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) for the second time on the same case. At issue is which governmental entity has jurisdiction over state waterways whichRead More
Who owns the resources makes a difference
Those interested in creating robust forests to combat carbon dioxide, should consider who owns the forests, according to an article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Beluga whales blamed for Anchorage port construction problems
(ADN) The Anchorage port cost has doubled from an estimated $375 million to $750+ million, and the expected completion date has moved from 2015 to a likely 2020. The ICRC is now seeking a new contractor to fix existing issues and complete the project.
British Columbia lumber exports to China grew 70% in 2009
(Lesprom) Lumber exports to China hit 1.63 million board feet in 2009, more than twice the volume shipped in 2008. Those exports generated $327 million in revenues, a 70% increase over 2008. TheRead More