Consumption & Solid Waste
Thursday, April 29, 7 – 8:30 pm

Did you know that 40 percent of food is wasted in the US? Do you have questions about recycling or composting? Join us to learn how to reduce your consumption and solid waste in the last of the series exploring Anchorage's Climate Action Plan. 
Moderated by Suzanna Caldwell, Recycling Coordinator, Municipality of Anchorage

Panelists: You can find more information, including video from the previous events on our website.
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Reflections on Alaska’s Fundamental Fiscal Choices - Gunnar Knapp
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM Alaska

Hosted by Harvard-Yale-Princeton Clubs of Alaska
Alaska—like all states—has always faced three fundamental and inter-related fiscal choices: how much to collect in taxes and resource revenues from residents and businesses; how much to spend for state services, capital investments and payments to citizens; and how much of current revenues to save for the future. The fiscal choices we have been making and that we make this year will have important implications for the kind of economy and society Alaskans (including ourselves and our children) will have in the future. In this talk, Dr. Knapp will reflect on the implications of these fundamental fiscal choices. 

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Annual Meeting and Fiscal Discussion available to watch

Video from our annual membership meeting as well as the presentation on Alaska’s fiscal future featuring Senate Minority Leader Tom Begich, D.-Anchorage, and Rep. Ivy Spohnholz, D.-Anchorage and Chair of the House Ways and Means Committee are available on our website.

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