12 Jan '18, 6pm

Arctic Refuge Faces Setback from Tax Bill, but the Fight Continues

Arctic Refuge Faces Setback from Tax Bill, but the Fight Continues

Snowy Owl in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Photo: Milo Burcham Defend the Arctic Refuge Pledge to continue to oppose drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, one of the wildest places left in America. Take the Pledge The passage of the tax bill in December represented a setback in the decades-long fight to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge by opening its coastal plain to potential drilling. But, drilling is far from a done deal. Audubon and partner conservation groups will continue to vigorously oppose drilling in this vital bird nursery every step of the way. In the coming years, we will remain vigilant and exert public pressure to prevent drilling and restore legal protections for the Arctic Refuge. Sign our pledge to join us in this fight to keep the Arctic Refuge free from drilling. We won’t give up, and we hope you will be with us as we contin...

Full article: http://www.audubon.org/news/arctic-refuge-faces-setback-t...

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