Chilling Conclusions

June 2003
Onearth;Summer2003, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p42
Reports on conclusions of a study by a National Research Council-formed committee about how oil drilling has affected the environment in the Alaskan arctic. Release of findings two weeks before the U.S. Senate voted against opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling.


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