The future of Teshekpuk Lake and other Special Areas in the western Arctic’s National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska are at stake today as the Bureau of Land Management releases its draft environmental impact statement for the NPR-A and opens a 60-day public comment period.
Today’s vote on repealing subsidies for Big Oil proves there is strong support in the Senate for ending oil subsidies that are wasted on the largest oil companies instead of targeted on future clean energy substitutes that could break our long-term dependence on oil, according to The Wilde
Who wants a free driveway? Please raise your hands.
You can’t get a free driveway from the state of Alaska, but state officials want to offer an even sweeter freebie to private oil, gas, and mining companies in the form of expensive, Arctic “roads to resources.”