Cultivating Grassroots under the Midnight Sun

September 2009
Catalyst (1539-3410);Sep2009, p14
The article accounts the move of Alaska in advocating environmental protection. It notes that Senator Lisa Murkowski supports the national renewable electricity standards (RES), which would help the state shift away from fossil fuels and their heat-trapping emissions. It also mentions the efforts of Andrea Sandlers to increase the resident's support for RES.


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