The Arctic is changing rapidly. In Ocean Conservancy’s new report, we explore what the Arctic will look like in the future. Without careful planning and management, expansion of industrial activities could impair wildlife habitat, interfere with subsistence hunting activities, and threaten ecosystem resilience.
Join us in protecting our Arctic by taking action today!
Some of the world’s largest seabird populations congregate in the Arctic. Iconic wildlife thrives in this amazing ecosystem, including polar bears, beluga whales and ringed seals.
Vibrant human communities rely on the Arctic’s resources. Many Alaska Natives live a traditional subsistence way of life and depend on a healthy marine environment to survive.
Please take action by asking the Obama Administration to drop Arctic leasing from the final version of the 2017 to 2022 leasing program.
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