Senate energy bill threatens environment

September 1991
National Parks;Sep/Oct91, Vol. 65 Issue 9/10, p13
Examines the provisions of the National Energy Security Act, or S.1220, currently before the United States Senate. Opening of Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas drilling; Senate Energy Committee; Deregulation of the energy industry; Arctic and subarctic ecosystems still intact on Alaska's northern coastal plain; Leasing on the Outer Continental Shelf; The National Parks and Conservation Association's opposition; Where readers can write to their senators.


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