Tell Chevron Not to Drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

The Trump administration will soon begin leasing land in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil and gas development — and oil megacorp Chevron is chomping at the bit to be among the first to get in.

The Arctic Refuge is the largest wildlife refuge in America. It's an unspoiled haven for polar bears, wolves, eagles, and caribou, ground zero for climate change, and vital to the culture and survival of the region's Gwich'in people.

Drilling here will cause immediate, irreversible damage.

Fossil fuel giants like Shell and BP have bowed to public pressure and will not purchase leases — but Chevron clings steadfastly to hopes of plundering this publicly owned land for financial gain. Send a message directly to Chevron's CEO calling on him to pledge not to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

The Trump administration will soon begin leasing land in the Arctic Refuge for oil and gas development. Fossil fuel giants like Shell and BP have bowed to public pressure and will not purchase leases — but Chevron clings steadfastly to hopes of plundering this publicly owned land for financial gain. Send a message directly to Chevron's CEO calling on him to pledge not to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Your message will be sent to:

Michael Wirth, CEO of Chevron

Subject line:

Do not purchase leases for drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

(Consider adding your own thoughts — personalized messages are especially effective)

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