Stop oil and gas development from harming Alaska's wildlife

Spotted Seal (c) Jay Verhoef (NOAA)

Alaska's wildlife is in jeopardy. A newly proposed development by oil giant ConocoPhilips would build a huge oil field with hundreds of oil wells that would impact critical polar bear habitat and protected lands in the Teshekpuk Lake Special Area.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently released their Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the development, but they're rushing through the process to open up leasing as quickly as possible, with little regard for the harm this development could bring to local wildlife.

Tell the BLM: Don't turn a blind eye to wildlife!

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Dear BLM State Director Chad Padgett,

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