Alaska climate body hasn't met since 2011, documents show | Environment | guardian.co.uk
Alaska, like other Arctic regions, is warming at a much faster rate than the global average. Last summer saw record loss of Arctic sea ice.Flashback: Oops: After Alaska cooled 2.4 degrees F. last decade, super-scary new federal government report claims that the most dramatic global warming evidence is in....wait for it....ALASKA!!!
However, the rapid-response team has not met since March 2011 and its supervisory body, the Sub-Cabinet on Climate Change, has gone even longer without meeting.
The sub-cabinet held its last meeting in February 2010, said Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, which obtained the documents under freedom of information laws.