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  • The Argument Against Drilling In Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR)

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    Calf survival rates have been extremely low in areas or mountain range and without their discrete areas caribous are threaten more by predators (Whitten 2004). The reserves will also constrain caribou from moving about because of all the traffic that would be created and the pipe crossings. That’s no way a precious creature should live. That’s why Alaskan natives oppose drilling. Another reason against drilling much research has shown that all

  • The Debate Over the Idea of Drilling for Oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

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    The Debate Over the Idea of Drilling for Oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Throughout American history, there have been a number of conflicts and disagreements among the populace over various issues. These conflicts of interest help to define political parties and allow people to distinguish themselves through party allegiance. One such item that is currently being debated is over the idea of drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. For years, environmentalist

  • Should the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge be opened to Oil Drilling?

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    Drilling oil in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is a serious issue for environmentalists and for the future of the United States. Should the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge be opened to oil drilling? This paper will debate whether or not we should allow Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to be opened to oil drilling. This will also show the impact it has on the environment, and I will show a critical analysis of the current issue of whether or not to drill. History Arctic National

  • Leadership Styles With The West Point Band

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    The First Captain In September 2014 the plebe class had a brief on leadership styles with the West Point Band. At the end of this brief they wanted someone to come up and direct the band. I got chosen because they put up a picture of me from BEAST on the projector and asked that I please come to the podium. When I went up there, they asked me to conduct the band in playing the Happy Birthday song. Coincidentally or not it was the First CPT’s birthday that day. When I ended the song the real

  • Summary Of The Millennial Malcontent

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    Ric Knowles said, “funding structures, professional regulatory mechanisms, and stage management have their most direct impact on conditions of production”, and I agree. It is more difficult for the University of Guelph’s production The Millennial Malcontent to reach its maximum potential than it is for The Incident of The Curious Dog in The Nighttime seen at the Princess of Wales theatre. The latter, a big name Mirvish production we saw in Toronto, was extremely high-tech and explored many topics

  • The Taiga Biome

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    include grey wolves,caribou, deer,

  • Oil Drilling Endangers Arctic National Wildlife Riches

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    000-square miles of wildlife’s habitat. The development of oil industry takes away what is essential to the lives of the Gwich’in: the Caribou. Gwich’in villages rely on caribou to supply their food and clothes. As the oil industry develops in a close proximity to the Gwich’in village, caribou do not go near the area anymore. The villagers can hardly find any caribou now. In her book Silent Spring, Rachel Carson questions how powerful agents, like the oil industry, can have such a devastating impact

  • Drilling for Oil in the Artic National Wildlife Refuge

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    Pipelines and oil-drilling platforms will harm caribou, polar bears, and millions of migrating birds (Come on in.: 38). Whenever some country drills for oil it is more likely than not for that country to have an oil spill. Oil spills are deadly to animals, hard to clean up, and it takes the land thousands

  • Drilling For Oil : Good For The Economy

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    Eric Hatfield ENGL 2010 Prof. Johansen 11/8/15 Drilling for Oil in Alaska: Good for the Economy. Bad for the Environment On average, each individual American consumes 1.89 gallons of oil a day.( http://www.eia.gov/tools/faqs/faq.cfm?id=33&t=6) Oil has become such an integral part of our modern society. In fact, Americans rank as the biggest oil consuming country.() This dependence on oil has become such a powerful driving force for our economy, and the demand for more oil has driven our domestic

  • Drilling for Oil, the Environment, and Ethics Essay

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    For more than a decade, debate over drilling for oil on the Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge [ANWR] has continued unabated. The proposal to drill for oil in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is heavily urged by the oil companies and supported by most Alaskan government officials, has drawn full scale opposition from powerful private environmental organizations representing millions of members throughout the United States. Congress established the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge