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BP Misses the Memo: Arctic Refuge Drilling is Bad Bet
Anchorage, AK - At an event put on yesterday by the Alaska Resource Development Council, BP America Chairman and President Susan Dio expressed support for the Trump administration’s plan to open the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil and gas drilling.
In response, Alli Harvey, Alaska representative for the Sierra Club’s Our Wild America campaign, released the following statement:
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