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In its waning days of power, the Trump administration is attempting to open the Arctic for oil and gas drilling in sacred and irreplaceable Alaskan wilderness. This month, the administration issued a “call for nominations,” inviting oil and gas companies to choose where in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge they want to drill for oil. This move should be seen for what it is: a last-second, shoddily planned effort to wring private profits out of our nation’s public lands.
The administration is rushing ahead a lease sale that prioritizes oil and gas development over all else in the coastal plain, including local Indigenous communities, rare wildlife, and the intensifying threat of climate change. While these actions are concerning, we have time, legal tools, and years of courtroom success to defend the Arctic Refuge from this attack.
Watch our virtual post-election town hall to learn more.
No. The Arctic Refuge, which spans 19 million acres across northeast Alaska, is one of the planet’s last fully intact wild landscapes.
We have spent decades working in partnership with tribal communities and conservation groups to defend the Arctic from fossil fuel development. Today, the movement in defense of the Arctic Refuge, which includes an overwhelming majority of voters, is larger and stronger than ever.