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The State PIRG's Arctic Wilderness Campaign



Oil and gas drilling threatens the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, home to the porcupine caribou and the Gwich'in people who depend upon them, but you can take action at www.savethearctic.com. With only an estimated 6 months worth of economically recoverable oil available in the Arctic Refuge, drilling is simply not worth destroying our pristine wilderness.
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Address:
29 Temple Place
Boston , MA 02111
USA
Contact Person: Steve Perez
Phone: 617-292-4800
Fax: 617-292-8057
E-Mail: sperez@pirg.org
Website: http://www.savethearctic.com
   


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The State PIRG's Arctic Wilderness Campaign educates the public about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Our website, www.savethearctic.com offers in depth information on this pristine wildreness area that supports a variety of wildlife including the porcupine caribou, and the Gwich'in people who depend upon the coastal plain for their way of life. Savethearctic.com debunks the myth that drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge would solve our countries energy problems--in fact, with only an estimated 6 months worth of oil available in the arctic, drilling is simply not worth destroying our pristine wilderness. Most importantly, www.savetheartic.com offers a simple internet action, contacting your representative, that you can take to protect America's precious Arctic wilderness. The State PIRG's and the Alaska Wilderness League are proud sponsers of www.savethearctic.com.


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