Friday's D3 Daily Action: Don't let Big Oil Destroy the Arctic!

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CALL SENATOR GARDNER, SENATOR BENNET AND REPRESENTATIVE TIPTON TO ASK THEM TO KEEP BIG OIL OUT OF OUR PUBLIC LANDS

CALL SENATOR CORY GARDNER
Colorado Springs: 719-632-6706
Denver: 303-391-5777
Durango: 970-415-7416
Fort Collins: 970-484-3502
Grand Junction: 970-245-9553
Greeley: 970-352-5546
Pueblo: 719-543-1324
Washington, DC: 202-224-5941

CALL SENATOR MICHAEL BENNET
Denver Metro Office: 303-455-7600 or Toll Free: 866-455-9866
Arkansas Valley Office: 719-542-7550
San Luis Valley Office: 719-587-0096
Pikes Peak Office: 719-328-1100
Northern Colorado - Eastern Plains Office: 970-224-2200
Northwest/I-70W Office: 970-241-6631
Four Corners Office: 970-259-1710
Washington, D.C. Office: 202-224-5852

CALL REPRESENTATIVE SCOTT TIPTON
Alamosa: 719-587-5105
Durango: 970-259-1490
Grand Junction: 970-241-2499
Pueblo: 719-542-1073
Washington, DC: 202-225-4761

Republican leaders in Congress are trying to open the Arctic Refuge in Alaska to oil and gas drilling.

The Arctic Refuge is home to rare wildlife like polar bears, porcupine caribou and muskox. It’s one of our last truly wild places in the U.S., and the ecosystem is fragile.

But Congress could put all that at risk by handing these public lands over to Big Oil. We need your help to stop that from happening!

The Arctic Refuge is the largest national wildlife refuge in the United States. It consists of nearly 20 million acres of protected lands -- lands that belong to you and me.

But Republican Leadership wants to open the Arctic Refuge to drilling to help their Big Polluter friends. They’re cutting secretive backroom deals to push drilling in the Arctic Refuge. 

We know how drilling would end:  irreversible damage to this fragile and pristine ecosystem, all for the sake of corporate profit. You can still stop that from happening -- but you have to speak up now!

Opening the Arctic Refuge to drilling is bad for people and the environment. It would devastate wildlife. It would threaten local communities with oil spills. And it would contribute to climate chaos. In fact, the only people who stand to benefit from drilling in the Arctic Refuge are oil industry executives. 

Trump and his enablers in Congress are inviting corporate polluters to disturb one of our nation’s most wild and untouched landscapes. Even worse, they want to use the revenue to give tax breaks to the rich. We can’t let them squander our public lands.