Opinion

January 1, 2010 10:21 AM

Commentary: Alaska must look beyond oil

What's ahead in the next decade? As a practical matter, we assume tomorrow will look pretty much like today. Until tomorrow shocks us into a new kind of thinking. In a recent speech to the Resource Development Council, Dr. Scott Goldsmith explored the economic changes coming to Alaska, and those that have already arrived.

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