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America's Arctic is facing a crisis -- from the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas to the tundra of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Arctic is under increasing threat from oil drilling and the effects of climate change.
Wildlife like polar bears, seals and caribou rely on the Arctic's unique climate and pristine landscape for their survival. The consequences of an oil spill in this fragile
wilderness would be disastrous, and we can't afford it.
Tell President Obama now is the time to establish his legacy by protecting this extraordinary wilderness and the wildlife that depend upon it.
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Protect America's Arctic!
Dear President Obama,
Please take swift action to ensure strong protections for the special places in America's Arctic, its wildlife, and its people. The Arctic is warming faster than any other part of the planet, and we must act now to protect habitats for polar bears, beluga whales, seals, caribou from climate change.We must also keep Big Oil companies like Shell from drilling in the Arctic Ocean, protect the wild lands of western Alaska, and permanently protect the coastal plain of the Arctic Refuge by naming the area a national monumentWhile Big Oil continues to push for dangerous oil and gas development across America's Arctic, it must be acknowledged that some places are too special to drill. The Arctic Refuge, areas in the Western Arctic and the Arctic Ocean are the jewels of the far north. If we want future generations to enjoy their pristine wilderness and majestic wildlife, these places must be protected now!
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]
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