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Biden's new Arctic drilling regulations: A balancing act between environmental protection and oil interests

President Biden's proposed rules for Arctic drilling in Alaska's National Petroleum Reserve aim to balance environmental conservation with oil industry interests, amidst significant climate change implications.

Heather Richards reports for E&E News.

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Interior Dept. report on drilling is mostly silent on climate change

The department recommended higher fees for oil and gas leases, but there was no sign the government planned to take global warming into account when weighing new applications.
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