Kivalina to Turn Waste into Energy—The Arctic Sounder

In the next year or so, Kivalina residents might get to say farewell to the honey bucket.

Earlier this month, two organizations, Re-Locate and the Climate Foundation, were awarded an $85,000 grant through the Commission for Environmental Cooperation to work with tribal and municipal governments in the community to revamp the village’s sanitation system. Read more. (See also article in Alaska Dispatch.)

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