Protecting the Arctic Refuge for Real: It’s Time to End these Unbearable Conditions

by Jay Ferrari

November 8, 2011

You’d think the living would be a bit easier in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, but times are tough. 

The most familar inhabitants, polar bears, are already contending with shrinking habitat thanks to global warming. Now the Obama administration is going to give Shell Oil permission to drill just off the coast. Talk about adding environmental insult to injury.

Let’s give those bears a break, and reinforce the reality that any harm inflicted upon the Arctic will inevitibly come back to hurt us.

Join us in urging the US Fish and Wildlife Service to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from oil drilling.

We’re less than 8,000 signatures away from our goal of 35,000. Share your voice, spread the word, and help us keep oil drilling away from the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

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