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Oil on Ice, narrated by Peter Coyote, is an award-winning documentary that connects the fate of Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska and the conflict over drilling for oil there to critical decisions America makes about energy policy and transportation choices. The film examines the battle over one of America's last great wild places, which is currently at the center of a national energy debate. Caught in the balance are the Gwich'in Indians and the migratory wildlife in this fragile ecosystem. Through stunning footage and in-depth interviews, this entertaining film links seemingly unrelated matters such as energy independence, global warming, Native American rights, wildlife and wild lands protection.
Interviews:Bonus Interviews with Rocky Mountain Institute CEO Amory Lovins and Sierra Club CEO Carl Pope.
Other:Oil On Ice Short Film. Grassroots Action Tool kit (with DVD-ROM content and web links.
This is a very good, informative film... it was very good to start a discussion about environmental policies.Published on March 25, 2007 by Joanna DeMars
I expected a bit more from this documentary, especially as far as the HISTORY of oil conquest in Alaska is concerned, oil spills (I think just throwing in Exxon Valdez is... Read morePublished on August 3, 2006 by Jessica