2 edition of promise of power: potential economic development in Southeast Alaska. found in the catalog.
promise of power: potential economic development in Southeast Alaska.
Rush McNair Hoag
in Juneau, Alaska
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 83-92.
|Statement||Prepared by Rush M. Hoag for the Alaska State Yukon-Taiya Commission and the Dept. of Economic Development, State of Alaska, in cooperation with the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.|
|Contributions||Alaska. Yukon-Taiya Commission., Alaska. Dept. of Economic Development., Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.|
|LC Classifications||HD9547.A4 H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||73620721|
Alaska Center for Energy and Power, Free ~ PAR k. Culturally Responsive 4-H Youth Development in Southeast Alaska Available online only. Based on information gathered from adults who grew up in villages in Southeast Alaska, this publication looks Show More Candi Dierenfield, Free ~ AKH k. Rick and his wife Annie have three grown children. He is active in Southeast Alaska community affairs, serving on boards and committees with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Juneau Economic Development Council, Southeast Conference, and the Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center. ×.
Abstract. The purposes of this project were: (1) to conduct a comprehensive feasibility study to determine the potential sustainability of wind and/or small hydroelectric power plants on Southeast Alaska native village lands, and (2) to provide the villages with an understanding of the requirements, costs, and benefits of developing and operating wind or small hydroelectric power plants. The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) was signed into law by President Richard Nixon on Decem , constituting at the time the largest land claims settlement in United States history. ANCSA was intended to resolve long-standing issues surrounding aboriginal land claims in Alaska, as well as to stimulate economic development throughout Alaska.
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Prepared by Rush M. Hoag for the Alaska State Yukon-Taiya Commission and the Dept. of Economic Development, State of Alaska, in cooperation with the Western Interstate Commission for. Haycox acknowledges that the cruise ship industry helped Southeast Alaska weather the loss of two sawmills and jobs, but he does not extend that lesson to other parts of the state.
Tourism will never be as lucrative as the North Slope oil development, but it can replace resource extraction in various locations, and supplement natural resources by: 2.
Woven through this story of politics and environment is the changing of Alaska Native culture here, as people wrestle with the conflict between traditional ways and economic development.
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Rush McNair Hoag has written: 'The promise of power: potential economic development in Southeast Alaska' -- subject(s): Mineral industries, Power resources 'Japanese investment in Alaska. In addition to adding more than million acres to existing CSUs in Alaska, ANILCA contained numerous unique provisions to address Alaska’s needs for economic development on state and private lands, for transportation and utility infrastructure, and to protect continued uses of federal lands by Alaskans for subsistence, recreation, and.
We evaluate the potential for biomass energy development using the case of Southeast Alaska, where Native corporations, led by the Sealaska Corporation with more thanacres of forest lands mainly Tlingit and Haida shareholders, are attempting to Cited by: Alaska also offers some of the highest hydroelectric power potential in the country from its numerous rivers.
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Quarterly Census of Employment & Wages (QCEW). It was a typical type of spring day in Southeast Alaska, overcast with a hint of rain, but with the promise of a busy summer ahead. It was early May and I was in Elfin Cove to tour a potential hydroelectric development near town. Order hard copy ~ This report looks at whether an organic Rankine cycle device can be added to Alaska's rural power plants to economically generate Culturally Responsive 4-H Youth Development in Southeast Alaska Available online only.
4-H members can use the Alaska 4-H Record Book to keep track of all the things they do during the 4-H. A report done for the Alaska Energy Authority concluded this area has untapped potential for utility-scale tidal power plants, and it has drawn interest from other potential developers.
The corporation is also interested in a possible new hydro power plant at Josephine Lake in the mountains on southern Prince of Wales Island. The purposes of this project were: (1) to conduct a comprehensive feasibility study to determine the potential sustainability of wind and/or small hydroelectric power plants on Southeast Alaska native village lands, and (2) to provide the villages with an understanding of the requirements, costs, and benefits of developing and operating wind or small hydroelectric power plants.
Alaska has significant potential (estimated at about 60% of the total U.S. potential) for ocean wave energy development in offshore ocean basins near coastal communities.
Wave energy systems can be used anywhere that has a regular wave pattern, but isn't. The promise of jobs this summer is potentially “misleading,” given that Doyon and other landowners have not granted the agency a right-of-way for the project, Schutt said in the letter.
Biography. Richard Caulfield serves as Chancellor at the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS), located in Juneau, Alaska’s capital city. UAS is a regional university with campuses in Juneau, Ketchikan, and Sitka—coastal communities situated in Alaska’s magnificent Tongass National Forest.
Because any economic development presents a long list of legal requirements that must be met, Central Council is moving ahead deliberately, and in collaboration with other jurisdictions once a project is fully reviewed and approved.” Alaska Lt.
Gov. Byron Mallott began his rise to power in a meeting with Southeast Alaska Native leaders in. Testing capacity has increased in Southeast Alaska, she said, but there are ongoing discussions in regards to logistics and how testing in communities and for the seafood industry would be organized.
As far as Wrangell goes, Mayor Steve Prysunka added, the city is better suited than some others to handle industry or community-wide testing. Tapping Alaska’s vast hydro potential is a major element in Alaska’s plan to create jobs and provide much needed electricity to isolated communities throughout a state that is bigger than Texas, California and Montana combined.
“We have more energy potential than just about anywhere in the world,” said U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska. Honor the Promises the Tribal Nations in the Federal Budget.
Download PDF. A tribal government in Southeast Alaska, representing more t tribal citizens, attracted between $25 million and $27 million in annual funding to the region to support programs and services that enhance the lives and well-being of tribal citizens.
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Anchorage, AK: University of Alaska, Institute for Social and Economic Research. Anderson, H. Michael; Olson, Jeffrey T. Federal forests and the economic. To be eligible, each tract's population had to meet the criteria according to the U.S. Census data, said Britteny Cioni-Haywood, the director of the Alaska Division of Economic Development.World's Best PowerPoint Templates - CrystalGraphics offers more PowerPoint templates than anyone else in the world, with over 4 million to choose from.
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