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Trump Eyes Arctic Wildlife Refuge for Oil Drilling, Alarming Gwich’in

In the remote north-eastern corner of Alaska, just under 20-million acres have been set aside  as a federal protected area since 1960. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge has recently come under threat, however, with President Donald...Show More Summary

Congress moves to 'drill, baby, drill' in Alaska's ANWR. Here's what you should know

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Here are five things you should know about the debate over oil and gas drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.        

The Latest: Goodall asks Senate to reject Arctic drilling

The Latest on congressional action on oil and gas drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (all times local): 4:30 p.m. Primatologist Jane Goodall is urging the Senate to keep … Click to Continue »

Arctic refuge drilling closer as Senate panel backs bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — Oil and gas drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge moved closer Wednesday as a key Senate panel approved a bill to open the remote refuge to energy exploration. The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee approved the drilling measure, 13-10. Show More Summary

The Latest: Bill to open Arctic refuge to drilling advances

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on congressional action on oil and gas drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (all times local): 12:45 p.m. Oil and gas drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge moved closer as a...Show More Summary

Sportsmen Urge Senate to Reject Plan to Drill Arctic Refuge

Senate members prepare to advance legislation that would open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska to oil and gas development. This post Sportsmen Urge Senate to Reject Plan to Drill Arctic Refuge appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Jane Goodall urges U.S. Senate to halt quest for Arctic refuge oil

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - British primatologist Jane Goodall sent a letter to every U.S. senator on Tuesday urging them to oppose a push in the U.S. Congress to allow oil drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, a region environmentalists say is one of the world's last paradises.

Scientists protest senator's plan to open vital Arctic wildlife refuge to oil exploration

An Alaska senator recently introduced legislation to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas drilling. 37 Arctic wildlife scientists, including several former officials from the United States Fish and Wildlife Service,...Show More Summary

Scientists decry Arctic oil expansion in letter to U.S. senators

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A group of 37 U.S.-based scientists whose research focuses on Arctic wildlife asked two U.S. senators in a letter on Thursday not to open the National Arctic Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas exploration, according to a copy seen by Reuters.

Lawmakers may soon OK drilling in the Arctic National wildlife refuge

Republicans wanted to drill in an-oil rich area of an Alaskan refuge for decades, and the political stars are perfectly aligned for that to happen. Video provided by Newsy        

Alaskan senator takes next step to opening wildlife refuge for drilling

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) knows how D.C. works. For nearly a decade, the now-senior senator from Alaska has been introducing bills to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge up to the oil and gas industry. Now, as the powerful head of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, she has found her opportunity. “Our instruction […]

Alaskans differ as Senate debates drilling in Arctic refuge

Oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge would create jobs and enhance energy security, while maintaining important environmental protections and conserving caribou and other wildlife, Alaska's governor and congressional … Click to Continue »

Arctic Refuge Oil Bonanza More Likely to Be Bust for GOP Budget

By Jennifer A. Dlouhy and Alex Nussbaum (Bloomberg) — Congressional Republicans counting on a $1 billion windfall from selling oil-drilling rights in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to help pay for tax cuts may be in for a disappointment. Show More Summary

Senate Votes to Allow Arctic Refuge Drilling Despite Pushback

The Senate rejection of a budget amendment that would have prevented oil and gas development within the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. This post Senate Votes to Allow Arctic Refuge Drilling Despite Pushback appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Arctic refuge drilling closer as Senate moves to open site

WASHINGTON (AP) — Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is one step closer to oil and gas drilling. A budget measure approved by the Republican-controlled Senate late Thursday allows Congress to pursue legislation allowing oil and gas exploration in the remote refuge on a majority vote. Republican Sens. Show More Summary

Arctic refuge drilling closer as Senate moves to open site

Congress is a step closer to opening Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas drilling. A budget measure approved by the Republican-controlled Senate allows Congress to pursue legislation … Click to Continue »

Your Stunning Photos of ANWR

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—one of our most threatened landscapes—may be opened up to drilling, and opponents are taking to Instagram to protest

Republicans May Use Budget to Open Arctic, Atlantic to Oil Rigs

By Ari Natter and Jennifer A. Dlouhy (Bloomberg) — Congressional Republicans have found a way to use the federal budget to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling — and they don’t plan on stopping there. GOP leadersShow More Summary

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