Arctic Refuge Vote: "A Victory for All Americans!"

March 2006
Guardians of the Wild: Wildlife Report;Spring2006, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p3
The article presents quote of Larry Schweiger, president of National Wildlife Federation, concerning the U.S. Senate's rejection of attempts to open the wildlife-rich Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling. Schweiger said that there is a need to move toward a new energy economy, one that relies less on fossil fuels and more on renewable sources of energy.


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