National Parks are available to people, bringing opportunities to explore nature first hand.
Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska has so much to offer, from the majestic animals to the great
walls of ice, spectacular views that are sure to live people breathless. Experiencing the variety of
arctic sea animals, such as the Beluga whales, the sea lions and others, are unique.
development are not necessarily going hand on hand, in order to have such unforgettable
encounter, with so much precious nature, ships have to be use, but what comes with these
vessels, is a problem.
Balance, as much as possible is inescapable. The marine life is essential
for Native Americans survival.
The towers of ice are not only ancient, but they are also
indispensable to serve as barricades.
Sea storms can be extremely dangerous, the winds of a
storm in this area, can easily wipe out an entire town. The oil industry has brought prosperity to
the region, but at what expense? The imports that take place in such a zone, has left its mark.
The result of the imbalance procedures, has affected the earth's temperatures, including the
oceans, and its influences are devastating, this is commonly known as the Greenhouse effect.
(US Fed News, Lynas, Targeted News)
Some Natives such as Mayor George Ahmaogak whose opinion is that, “well-mining
Americans that are against costal development, would deny their only opportunity of jobs and
the comfortable way of living, for their first time in history” (Lynas 5). Alaskan businessmen or
politicians, also known as Arctic Power campaigns are in favor of the Arctic National Wild Life
Another Native American that agrees with the drilling and the progress that brings is
Jack Kayatuk, whose comments were. “I agree on the oil drills even at the Arctic National Wild
life refuge too.”