Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR)

Andrea Germanos, staff writer
  Caribou graze on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Final Environmental Impact Statement for drilling in coastal plain of refuge came on heels of House vote to block drilling in Alaska area
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
Then-Interior Department assistant secretary Joe Balash signs directives June 26 in Anchorage revoking decades-old federal public land orders, in the process making more than 1.3 million acres overseen by the Bureau of Land Management eligible for conveyance to the state, Alaska Native corporations, and other uses.
"The revolving door of the Trump Administration continues to spin—and it's...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Caribou graze on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Interior Dept. statement that "lease sale will happen in 2019" comes as oil...

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This week, residents of a village in Russia’s far eastern Kamchatka Peninsula saw this exhausted, emaciated polar bear - a species some consider the poster child for climate change - prowling for food over 500 miles from its native habitat. With the Arctic warming, the ice receding, the seals slowly disappearing and the mindless cretins-in-charge eager to drill, enraged scientists ask, "At what point are we going to take climate change seriously?"