31 May 2010 The People of the Arctic, The Disaster in the Gulf Posted by: Chris Burley | 3 comments | Share: On May 21st, 2010, Defenders of Wildlife interviewed several Native Alaskan activists who have recently returned from areas affected by the Gulf oil disaster and are working to stop dangerous drilling in the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas near their communities. This is their story. 3 Responses to “The People of the Arctic, The Disaster in the Gulf” cindy h June 4th, 2010 let’s hope we learn something from this oil spill vanessg June 8th, 2010 We are so focused on the need for oil that most everything else that gets in the way is discarded like trash. How much more will we let things like this go on? More people need to take action and support organizations such as defenders of wildlife. The drilling must stop. Post Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up OR-7 takes a day trip to California!; Update on closing of comment period for gray wolf delisting; Event info for public rally in Seattle; The latest news on horrific Idaho wolf slaughter set for Dec. 28 A Place in the Sun for Right Whales Endangered North Atlantic right whales can breathe a sigh of relief! NMFS has made their slow-speed zones permanent, granting much-needed protection from ship strikes to these vulnerable whales. Wild Holiday Gift Ideas Looking for the perfect gift for the wildlife-lover in your life? Here’s a collection of gift ideas perfect for you.