Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: Too Wild To Waste

June 2001
National Wildlife (World Edition);Jun/Jul2001, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p64
Reports on the plan to launch an oil exploration project in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. Plans of the National Wildlife Federation to develop petition drives and letter-writing campaigns to urge the United States Congress to keep the Arctic refuge off-limits to drilling; Range of wildlife that make the Arctic their home.


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