The Impact of Oil Production and Climate Change

If you care about the environment and the impact of oil production in
Alaska, on February 22nd from 6pm to 9pm, the Friends of the Inyo will
be hosting an event at the Inyo Council for the Arts with photographer
and author Andy Shelters, and Brennan Lagasse.

They will give a portrayal of the northeast corner of Alaska that has been making
headlines for the threats of its natural grandeur and threat of proposed
oil development.

Andy will share his pictures and tales from traveling a north-south route
through the Brooks Range and Brennan will present his perspectives
from may visits as a leader of expeditions and youth groups that
included work with the native people of the area and an overview of
the threats from oil development and climate change.

Tickets are $15. More information can be found at Friends of the
Inyo.org website, or call (760) 873-6500,

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David Dennison
David Dennison
2 years ago

J Hahn…..All the scientists and experts say there is a climate change….but our fearless “leader” says no such thing going on…..let’s see….who do we believe ?

J Hahn
J Hahn
2 years ago

LEFTIST drivel………

quacque
quacque
2 years ago
Reply to  J Hahn

If you like pithy cliches, try this one: reality has a liberal bias. Rev up your coal-roller, J, show us what you’ve got.

Sue
Sue
2 years ago

I love how these events bring all the people who virtual signal and then drive back home in their petrol powered cars

quacque
quacque
2 years ago
Reply to  Sue

You’re trying to say “virtue signal.” You’re not reading your cue-cards right, i.e. you’re trying to sound like you know what you’re talking about by parroting something someone else said that you didn’t understand, but it sounded witty and you couldn’t wait to use it …. Keep fighting the good… Read more »