New report outlines broken promises in America's Arctic

Proponents of oil development in Alaska have been making promises, and breaking them, for decades. More than thirty years of industrial activity in Alaska have demonstrated that oil production is inherently a dirty business. Despite the industry’s best intentions to minimize impacts, environmental and social effects are accumulating and resulting in lasting harm to ecosystems and indigenous cultures. Our newest report, Broken Promises: The Reality of Oil Development in America's Arctic, calls attention to the ten biggest gaps between promise and reality, casting doubt on the reassurances being made by drilling proponents and their allies.

Read the full report or delve into the individual broken promises here.

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