Alaska oil project would use ‘chillers’ to freeze thawing tundra
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Alaska oil project would use ‘chillers’ to freeze thawing tundra

Climate change is poised to thaw and undermine the soil beneath ConocoPhillips’ proposed Willow oil drilling project on Alaska’s North Slope, making its rigs and roads vulnerable to the same global warming the project will be aggravating.
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