Community Organizations

Total Reclaim

Total Reclaim is an ethical recycler of computers, electronics, and appliances for the Pacific Northwest. They often partner with the university, offering free services to students and faculty during recycling events. Their services protect the environment and limit the liability of their customers.

Alaska Wildlife Alliance

Alaska Wildlife Alliance researches concerns that are threatening Alaskan wildlife and brings together members of the community to discuss the most effective solution. Once the solution is found, Alaska Wildlife Alliance educates the public and brings about awareness to the rest of the community. This knowledge encourages people to be conscious about their how their actions and decisions affects the environment in which they live

Alaska Youth for Environmental Action

Alaska Youth for Environmental Action is a Youth Leadership Program for high school students across Alaska that encourages the youth to build skills and take actions on the environmental issues that they are concerned about. Youth are educated in project planning, community organizing, and political action. Their projects are throughout the school year.


REAP is a coalition of Alaska utilities, businesses, conservation and consumer groups, Alaska Native organizations, and municipal, state and federal organizations with a goal to develop Alaska’s renewable energy resources.

Green Star

Green Star is a non-profit organization in Anchorage that encourages businesses to use sustainable practices such as waste reduction, energy conservation and pollution prevention through education and technical assistance. Green Star also implements a voluntary “green business” certification program.