BP and the Arctic

BP and the Arctic

“This sacred landscape is key to the food security and way of life of our people, and was protected for generations until a provision in
the 2017 tax bill opened it for oil and gas leasing – an action which could be undone by a future Administration.”

BP Leaving the Arctic Signals Oil Companies Need to Listen to the Gwich’in Nation – Last Real Indians

Fairbanks, AK — This week, BP announced that it was selling all Alaska assets, signaling yet again that drilling in the sacred homelands of the Gwich’in Nation is bad business. BP’s announcement was made on the heels of Arctic Refuge drilling advocate Joe Balash’s departure from the Department of

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