Shell Targets Prime Polar Bear Habitat

January 2014
NRDC Online Newsletter;Winter2014, p3
The article focuses on the danger to be faced by America's premier polar bear habitat after the announcement of Oil company Shell's proposed plan to begin drilling operations in Alaska's Chukchi Sea. Topics discussed include teaming up of Transocean, offshore drilling contractor, and Shell, Transocean involved in oil spill in the Arctic Ocean in 2010 and efforts of Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), non-profit group, in preventing the drilling works of Shell.


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