Climate Science Center Opens In Anchorage

Andy Fischer, APRN – Anchorage
Alaska has long been seen as ground-zero for the impacts of climate change. Residents from Southcentral to the Arctic have been dealing with problems like coastal erosion and the destructive Bark Beetle for years now. Partly in response to problems like these, the U.S Department of the Interior has opened a new Alaska Climate Science Center in Anchorage. The dedication took place this morning.

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