Two people were killed in separate bear attacks in Alaska. The first victim was a race runner while the second one was a mine contract employee.
This volcano has seen a lot of activity in the past few months.
The signed measure allows hunters to shoot hibernating bears, set up traps when wolves are resting with their cubs and use aircraft to track and kill wildlife refuges.
The hot jet stream is now accelerating with speeds between 40 and 45 kilometers per year which is three times faster than typical speeds of liquid in the outer core.
Climate change is causing not only permafrost loss in Alaska but also changing the freshwater chemistry and hydrology of Alaska's Yukon River Basin. These changes could have a profound impact on global climate, as revealed in a study published in Geophysical Research Letters.
The US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has strongly reversed a lower court ruling in 2014 that questioned the enlistment of sea ice seals as threatened species, emphasizing that such may happen considering climate change.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has detected a devastating strain of avian flu in a wild mallard duck in a state refuge in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Climate change is affecting a lot of people, but the residents of western Alaskan village Shishmaref might actually have to leave their home because of the rapidly rising sea level. Find out more about this small island village on the verge of displacement
The small village of Shismaref in the Sarichef Island is planning a mass relocation due to the contniuous erosion caused by climate change.
Mount Pavlof in Alaska is still showing signs of seismic activity and steam emissions indicating a possible eruption by the end of the year.
A new type of bear has emerged in the Arctic because of climate change, researchers say.
More moose are loose and on the move as they invade previously uninhabitable areas of the Alaskan tundra, according to a new study that revealed how global warming continues to change our ecosystem.
For the first time in 28 years, Alaska has a new butterfly: a possible hybrid between two related species that adapted to the harsh Arctic climate.
Researchers recently discovered harmful algae toxins in Alaskan whales, walruses, sea lions, seals, porpoises and sea otters. Their findings represent a staggering northward expansion of such toxins, although (for what it is worth) they have not yet reached concentrations harmful to human health.