Fossil Fuel Development in the Arctic is a Bad Investment

Adams, Emily E.
September 2014
Plan B Updates;9/17/2014, p1
The author looks at the plans of global oil and gas companies to search oil in the hard-to-reach places such as the Arctic. Focus is given to impact of natural gas production come from the Arctic region, claims of the countries that border the Arctic Ocean to expand their rights beyond the 200-mile exclusive economic zone in Arctic, and plan of Angloâ€"Dutch multinational oil firm Royal Dutch Shell to develop Alaska's offshore oil.


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