Mobilizing Fairbanks & Interior Alaska communities toward action on climate change
Through education and advocacy Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition mobilizes Fairbanks & Interior Alaska communities toward action to mitigate and adapt to climate change. We seek to elevate climate solutions and foster a fair, equitable, & just transition to sustainable communities — locally, regionally and globally. We seek to build a renewed & respectful relationship between all beings and the earth.
MATCHING DONOR OPPORTUNITY!
The Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition exists because of YOU!
Your time, your passion, and your knowledge push this movement forward. We are inspired by the talents you have shared to bring climate justice to Fairbanks. Additionally, your donations make FCAC possible. We have a unique opportunity right now to make your donation go double the distance - a generous supporter has offered to match all the donations made between now and the 31st of January! Any amount you are able to give right now will be matched! This is a critical time for action and this offer really depends on you, thank you for helping us take this opportunity!
GVEA Board Meeting
January, 21 2018 • 4:00pm
Board Room of GVEA’s headquarters location: 758 Illinois St., Fairbanks
On December 10, we encourage GVEA members to attend the board meeting and help us bring some community requests to our local electric supplier. Our requests are:
Encourage follow-through on the carbon emissions reduction goal
Increasing GVEA’s renewable energy portfolio and implement a strong renewable energy transition plan. We can do more, we want more.
Urge the Board of Directors to adopt a new renewable energy goal and incorporate more solar, wind, hydro and geothermal energy into the grid.
Urge the Board of Directors to cease spending money on new fossil fuel projects and instead financially support renewable energy.
Urge for the unification of the Railbelt transmission system under a transmission company with oversight of an independent system operator
Decommission Healy 1 Coal-fired plant. There are too many consequences to extending Healy 1’s operating life:
Extending Healy1 would lock GVEA and it's members into decades of high emissions.
Extending Healy1 would severely limit the ability of GVEA to add new renewables to the grid.
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