Arctic Refuge drilling controversy Essay | A Method To The Madness: Artic National Wildlife Refuge

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A Method To The Madness: Artic National Wildlife Refuge

Summary: Drilling in the Artic National Wildlife Refuge
A Method to the Madness

Imagine waking up with your backyard filled with oil. Imagine that you turned on the news to find that your local state park had been drenched in crude, and all the animals were either dying or dead. Not only have many of the native Alaskans imagined both scenarios, but they have also dealt with them first hand. There is little reason why the Alaskans and other environmentalists who make their home in the Artic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) would support the further exploration of their native land. The refuge is home to more than just snow. It houses everything from shrubs, wildflowers, mosses, and various types of grasses, which obviously cannot live immersed in oil. It also severs as a refuge for several animals necessary for the survival of humans in the artic. The ANWR is...

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