It’s hard to believe that we’re in the midst of an environmental crisis.
The world is in crisis and Alaska is one of the few places that’s making it through.
But Alaska is doing something that hasn’t been done in the United States for a long time: recycling old trash.
And the people who use it are doing something great.
In fact, it’s helping to protect the environment and the environment is doing a great job.
In Alaska, trash is a public resource that belongs to the people.
It’s not just being dumped or burned.
It needs to be cleaned up.
And when people do that, they are also contributing to the health of the planet and the human condition.
It is also an economic development strategy.
For the past 25 years, Alaskans have spent billions of dollars on the landfill.
When the state was in dire straits, the state invested billions of taxpayer dollars to restore the facilities, renovate them and rebuild them.
In 2013, Alaska was awarded the National Environmental Recovery Act (NERA) for the first time.
It provided a $1 billion tax credit for private investment and was a big incentive for companies to invest in the state.
The federal government also stepped in with grants, loans and other assistance to help Alaska recover from its economic crisis.
Now, with this tax credit, the public is on board.
And, as the state recovers from the recession, it has begun to recycle trash at an even greater rate.
Alaskan households have started using a trash bin for about a third of their household garbage.
And with the help of local businesses, the city of Anchorage and several counties, waste is starting to be picked up in large numbers, including in Anchorage and at the state landfill.
In recent years, the landfill has been a key site for the recycling of trash from the landfill, which is also a major source of waste from other sites, such as oil and gas drilling, construction and manufacturing.
The state also recycles trash from commercial sites, including restaurants and other businesses, as well as private homes.
When you see the bin filled with garbage, you can just tell that this is a major part of the economy here.
And it’s an economic engine for the state, too.
For example, in the first five months of 2016, Alaska saw a 10 percent increase in business in the landfill industry.
This helped the state to make $10.5 million in tax revenues from the recycling and disposal of trash, according to the Alaska Department of Revenue.
The Alaskas trash recycling program, which recycles about 1,400 tons of trash per day, is one reason why the state is the No. 1 recycler in the country.
The recycling program is one part of an effort to reduce waste by about 25 percent in the next 20 years.
And in the process, it is helping to reduce the impact of climate change and improve the environment.
Alaska has become one of just two states that have implemented a trash-free policy.
Other states have been trying to get on the recycling train.
Since the 1980s, the United Kingdom has implemented a recycling program called the Recycling for the Environment scheme, which has reduced the amount of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere.
That program, like the Alaska program, is voluntary.
So people who want to help to reduce climate change can help by making their homes cleaner and reducing their energy use.
In the United Nations Environment Programme’s Green Economy Index (GERI), Alaska is at the top of the list for both the amount and the quality of its garbage.
In 2016, it ranked first for recycling.
It ranked third for the quality.
And last year, it was at the bottom.
Alaska is also making strides in the recycling industry.
The U.S. is still the second-largest consumer of recycling products, behind China.
That trend is expected to continue.
With the recycling programs, it will be easier for Alaska residents to recycle their own garbage, as it will not be difficult for them to get rid of it themselves.
Alaska has also been able to create jobs through its trash-recycling program.
About 25 percent of Alaska’s garbage is recycled.
This year, Alaska is one percent cleaner than the United State average.
The garbage that goes to the landfill and the waste that goes into the landfill are both recyclable and safe to consume.
And Alaska has a recycling rate that is nearly double the national average.
But there are still plenty of challenges.
For one, most of the landfill is full.
The vast majority of Alaska landfill is empty.
The rest is full of landfills that are full of water and other waste that has been contaminated by chemicals.
And most of Alaska is in the middle of the Arctic Circle, so there is not much that can be done to change the climate there.
For that reason, Alaska has launched a program called Waste Management Initiative to make it easier for residents to