Senator Richard Shelby, 202-224-5744
Senator Tommy Tuberville, 202-224-4124
Find out why this proposed oil and gas project is a bad for climate, wildlife and people, and add your name HERE.
Find your state below for a list of names and phone numbers. Use the script provided to leave a brief but effective voice message! When you leave a voicemail your position on the issue is noted by the office you’ve called. When Senators and Representatives receive lots of messages from their constituents about a particular issue, they pay attention! Phone calls are considered more influential than Tweets, emails, or social media posts. Take 90 seconds RIGHT NOW to add your voice and let Congress know you want action!
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is the most biodiverse place in the circumpolar arctic. The future of this landscape impacts everyone, everywhere! Our work to #ProtectTheArctic is NOT just for Americans!
STEP 1: Find your state below.
STEP 2: Use the links provided to call your Senators.
STEP 3: Use the script provided to leave your message!
"Hi, My name is ________ [insert your name] and I live in ________ [insert your City, State]. I'm calling to tell ________ [insert name of Senator/Rep] to please protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Thank you!"
The health of the Arctic Refuge impacts everyone, everywhere! Protecting the Arctic Refuge is NOT only an American issue. Ask your American friends and colleagues, and your Ambassador to the United States, to make rapid protection of the Arctic Refuge an urgent priority.
YES! In the coming weeks, Congress will vote on a Budget Reconciliation. This is a critical opportunity for legislative action to return the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to the protected status it had prior to the 2017 Tax bill. This bill created a drilling program inside the Refuge and mandated two lease sakes for fossil fuel development inside the Refuge by 2024.
President Biden's Day One Executive Order paused Arctic Drilling. But oil companies currently hold drilling leases and the legal mandate to open the Refuge still remains. If Congress does not pass legislation restoring protections, the Arctic Refuge remains under threat. We need to show Congress that Americans want protection for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.