Public comments wanted on Arctic policy report
The Alaska Arctic Policy Commission, in releasing its preliminary report, seeks public comment into the work that’s been done and still to do.
“The commission believes that while Arctic policy is important to all of Alaska and the entire United States, the immediate stakeholders are Arctic residents. Alaskans are strongly encouraged to engage in this process by participating in the public comment period on the preliminary report, which will inform the subsequent version of the final report that is due to the Alaska Legislature on Jan. 30, 2015,” according to a press release from the commission.
The preliminary report and executive summary are available at http://www.akarctic.com/preliminary-report-and-executive-summary/ .
The public comment period is open until May 15. Written comments should be submitted to to email@example.com with the email subject: AAPC P.R. comments – (individual or organization name). The commission asks that comments be submitted with reference to the line numbers in the preliminary report.
A Facebook login using a real name is required for commenting. Respectful and constructive comments are welcomed. Abusers will be blocked and reported to Facebook.