Sneak Attack on Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge -- Now Underway in Congress!
- Truth Is Endangered Species Around Enviros. West, Woody // Insight on the News;5/13/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 17, p48
Reveals the tactics resorted to by environmentalists in the U.S. Relations between the U.S. government and environmentalists; Examples of the use of faulty data on wildlife conservation campaigns; Implication of a decision against drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
- President's Column: Americans Will Again Fight to Protect the Arctic Refuge. Schweiger, Larry // Guardians of the Wild: Wildlife Report;Spring2005, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p4
The article presents information on how various political parties in the U.S. fight to protect the Arctic Refuge. The election outcome and the high price of oil have advocates of drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge confidently predicting that this is their year. Many times before,...
- WARNINGS OF A WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST. Schoen, John; Lentfer, Hank; Servid, Carolyn // Arctic Refuge;2001, p40
This article suggests the conservation of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. More than 250 North American scientists have expressed concerns to U.S. President George W. Bush over the 2001 plan of the government to drill oil at the refuge. Based on their collective experience and...
- Welfare State. Foer, Franklin // New Republic;5/6/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 17, p14
Deals with the favorable stand of Alaskans on the proposal to conduct exploratory oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska in May 2002. Examination of the image of Alaska as a self-reliant state; Economic significance of the proposal to the state; Federal budget allotted to...
- Going, Going...Gone? Watkins, T.H. // Audubon;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 101 Issue 6, p88
States that the United States' best places remain unprotected and threatened by oil drilling, mining, logging and farming. Information on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in the northeast corner of Alaska; Animals that could be found in the area; Concerns of conservationists.
- Caring about Alaska: Who does? And why? Drew, Lisa // National Wildlife (World Edition);Apr/May96, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p30
Focuses on out-of-state Americans' concern over conserving Alaska's unique wild areas. Congressional attempt to open several of the state's wilderness sites to development; Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; Denali National Park and Preserve; Tongass National Forest; Alaskan wilderness areas as...
- A Pipeline of Lies. Reiger, George // Field & Stream;Jun2001, Vol. 106 Issue 2, p34
Focuses on the debate over the proposed petroleum oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. Effect of the oil on the environment; Suggestions on the foreign sales of oil; Efforts of legislators to protect the area.
- House and Senate process rival Energy bills. // Power Economics;May2003, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p4
Reports on the processing of rival energy legislative bills by the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate. Aim of reducing the energy dependence of the country; Promotion of energy resources; Controversy over the proposed drilling of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
- Inside the Endangered Arctic Refuge. Matthiessen, Peter // New York Review of Books;10/19/2006, Vol. 53 Issue 16, p33
The article discusses the debate on whether the U.S. Congress should allow energy companies to lease and drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. It examines the 1980 legislation creating the refuge and its concessions to oil lobbyists and aides in the government. The provision...