In April 2012, the Alaska State Legislature established the Alaska Arctic Policy Commission to “develop an Arctic policy for the state and produce a strategy for the implementation of an Arctic policy.” The Commission conducted a baseline review of the Alaskan Arctic by evaluating strengths, deficiencies and opportunities in their Preliminary Report, submitted to the Alaska State Legislature in January 2014. Building on that foundation, the Commission has produced this Final Report that sets forth a proposed Arctic policy and implementation plan.
For the Final Report of the Alaska Arctic Policy Commission, see here.
For the Implementation Plan for Alaska’s Arctic Policy, see here.
For the Executive Summary of the Final Report and Implementation Plan, see here.