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The Center for Water Advocacy is the only non-profit public interest conservation organization which focuses exclusively on the long-term sustainability of water resources for the benefit of fish and wildlife populations, habitat, aesthetics, recreation, subsistence and traditional and cultural activities, throughout Alaska, using the principles of democracy, environmental justice, and sound ecology as our guide.



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House lawmakers vote to keep Knik Arm bridge, Susitna dam money in budget Last Updated on 2014-04-22 14:50:03 In the encyclopedia of high-priced projects that have yet to be built in Alaska, the Knik Arm Crossing and the Susitna-Watana dam would fill a couple of volumes, along with the gas pipeline, the road to Juneau and the railroad to Canada. http://www.alaskadispatch.com/article/20140421/house-lawmakers-vote-keep-knik-arm-bridge-susitna-dam-money-budget More »
Effort to revive parts of controversial permitting bill scrapped Last Updated on 2014-04-22 14:42:59 An effort to resurrect parts of a dead permitting bill was abandoned on Friday night. More »
Who gets to speak and who pushes the mute button? Read more here: http://www.adn.com/2014/04/12/3423074/amanda-coyne-who-gets-to-speak.html?sp=/99/328/4085/#storylink=cpy Last Updated on 2014-04-21 13:27:37 You know how Wally Hickel used to talk about the little guy on his shoulder who guided him? More and more I'm feeling like we all have a little version of Sen. Cathy Giessel sitting on our shoulders, her little egg timer in one hand, her little finger on the mute button in the other. Read more here: http://www.adn.com/2014/04/12/3423074/amanda-coyne-who-gets-to-speak.html?sp=/99/328/4085/#storylink=cpy   More »
Hydroelectric dams are doing more harm than good to emerging economies Last Updated on 2014-04-19 13:59:28 Cost overruns, debt, inflation and harmful consequences make large dams very risky projects, says Oxford University report http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/hydroelectric-dams-emerging-economies-oxford-research?commentpage=1 Full report: ttp://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/ideas-impact/bt/should-we-build-more-large-dams-actual-costs-hydropower-megaproject-development More »
Alaska Tribes’ Melting Subsistence Rights Last Updated on 2014-04-18 14:40:41 Subsistence foods are distinct from those that line grocery stores’ shelves throughout the United States. Mother Nature offers no guarantee that a particular kind of food will be available on demand. The Food and Drug Administration does not provide quality assurance.[2] To procure, protect, and store subsistence foods throughout the year, Alaska Native subsistence users must use their traditional knowledge.[3] http://www.ajelp.com/articles/alaska-tribes-melting-subsistence-rights/ More »