Legislators Aim To Influence Federal Arctic Policy

Climate change is causing Arctic sea ice to melt rapidly and recede, opening up vast stretches of Arctic waters for shipping and resource development. In response, a group of state legislators and others is working on a policy they hope will help shape Alaska’s policy for managing those changes – and influence the federal government’s broader national Arctic policy.

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Tim Ellis is a reporter at KUAC in Fairbanks.

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