Essay on the Role of ANWR in the Artic
By doing the math we can make an estimate at how many lives would be saved by harvesting the approximated 185.3 billion gallons of gas from ANWR (ANWR). This amount of gas would be enough to save 200 lives for 90 years, equaling 18,000 lives (ANWR Assessment Team). Are we willing to bear such a cost in order to avoid the risks, if any, to ANWR and its caribou?
Environmentalists, whose opinions are not always backed by their actions, question the protection of the wildlife, and especially the caribou if oil is drilled in the ANWR. There is much evidence that confirms the caribou herds are thriving, and the land is at minimal risk if the right precautions are taken. Harvesting oil from the United States, instead of overseas would save many lives and precious money in foreign affairs. The drilling would provide much needed oil, while using new technology would minimizes the land that is actually used, and there would still be millions and millions of acres of beautiful Alaskan wildlife; undisturbed, and untouched.
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