Posts Tagged ‘Arctic’

Our Future Generations Can Teach Us a Thing or Two About Arctic Drilling

Last week, President Obama made a terribly risky decision for the Arctic. His administration cleared the final hurdle that allows for drilling into oil-bearing zones in the Arctic Ocean, approving one of Shell Oil’s modified drilling permits for the Chukchi Sea. That decision puts the fate of the fragile Arctic Ocean, and a piece of […]

Jolly Jumper Arctic Car Seat Cover with Snuzzler Body Support, Black

Jolly Jumper Arctic Car Seat Cover with Snuzzler Body Support, Black The ‘Arctic’ Sneek A Peak keeps baby cozy and warm while in the infant car seat. The unique feature of an attached blanket shaped perfectly to swaddle, keeps baby warm in the very cold weather. Perfect for the winter, the Arctic Sneek A Peak […]

How to Destroy the Arctic

It isn’t the best of times for the American Arctic and let me explain why. The world is in the midst of an oil glut. In the last year, oil prices bottomed out before rising modestly. A NASA study just offered the news that a massive ice shelf in Antarctica, half the size of Rhode […]

Seattle ‘Kayaktivists’ Protest Shell’s Arctic Drilling Endeavor

(Updates with details from kayak protest) By Bryan Cohen and Victoria Cavaliere SEATTLE, May 16 (Reuters) – Hundreds of activists in kayaks and small boats fanned out on a Seattle bay on Saturday to protest plans by Royal Dutch Shell to resume oil exploration in the Arctic and keep two of its drilling rigs stored […]

Infant Arctic Bundle Me in Charcoal Sassy

Infant Arctic Bundle Me in Charcoal Sassy JJC1212: Providing premium protection from extreme weather conditions, the Arctic Bundleme is a must-have for cold weather. Features: -Bundle Me. -Color: Charcoal sassy. -Allows safety straps to rest directly on the child. -Crash tested – FMVSS 213. -DWR – durable, water resistant outer shell. -Use with car seats, […]

President Obama Calls on Congress to Protect Arctic Refuge as Wilderness

Each year, as the darkness of the Arctic winter brightens into spring, as the snow melts and the hills and valleys slowly turn green, the tens of thousands of members of the Porcupine caribou herd begin their great migration — traveling some 1,500 miles through Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to their calving grounds on […]