Oil On Ice (Arctic National Wildlife Refuge)
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.
Top Customer Reviews
Nothing (!) seen of the existing north slope drilling area to actually see what the effect would be on caribou, polar bears etc...
The Gwich'in natives who don't live in the area (opposed) get wayyy more time than the Inupiat (balanced pro/con) who do live there.
And how about this news item :"The Gwich'in tribal council in the Northwest Territories has signed a memorandum of understanding with a Calgary-based exploration company to search for oil and gas on 350 square kilometres of land east of Inuvik, N.W.T." Of course we don't hear anything about this hypocrisy.
The former Alaska Governor gets a few seconds of airtime. Otherwise nothing from the other 99.9% of Alaskans.
The radical enviromentalists - yes. Regular Americans - no.
Biased to the max!
(But Peter Coyote's narration voice is the best in the world.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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