Why Arctic Refuge advocates are gathering in CT today
HARTFORD — Environmental advocates trying to preserve the Arctic Refuge have convened thousands of miles away in Connecticut — home to firms that haven’t formally bowed out of insuring companies drilling in the Arctic region.
The Arctic Refuge is America’s largest wildlife refuge. It provides habitat for caribou, polar bear and migrating birds from across the globe, as well as a calving ground of the Porcupine Caribou Herd, which contains more than 200,000 animals. Alaska’s Indigenous Iñupiat and Gwich’in people have lived there for thousands of years.
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