Drilling Extinctions Alaskan Refuge / Government Plan / Oil / Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Drilling Could Cause Extinctions in Alaskan Refuge, Government Plan Says: Oil and gas development could exacerbate the impacts to species in the rapidly warming Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

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