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Title The cost of oil : voices from the Arctic / directed, shot & edited by Coulter Mitchell ; executive producers, Joshua C. Dukes, Coulter Mitchell ; producer, researcher, Jill Robinson ; producer, Rebecca Dukes.

Published Mill Valley, CA : Green Planet Films, 2009.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource (42 minutes).
Series Environmental studies in video.
Environmental studies in video.
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed January 28, 2015).
Summary The pressure to drill for oil in the Arctic has intensified with the increasing prices of crude oil. But the potential for lower oil prices is at what cost? In this feature-length documentary the Alaskan Inupiat show how oil drilling in their nearby seas will forever alter their subsistence-living lifestyle and multiply the struggles of preserving their rich cultural history. Members of the oil industry and expert scientists also highlight the predicted effects of oil drilling on the delicate Arctic ecosystem, and in turn, the effects on a society dependent on that ecosystem.
Other formats Previously released as DVD.
Language notes In English.
Other author Dukes, Joshua C., producer.
Dukes, Rebecca, producer.
Mitchell, Coulter, director.
Robinson, Jill, producer.
Stone Soup Productions, production company.
Subject Eskimos -- Alaska -- Point Hope.
Oil industries -- Environmental aspects -- Alaska.
Petroleum -- Prospecting -- Environmental aspects -- Alaska.
Subsistence economy -- Alaska -- Point Hope.
Beaufort Sea.
Chukchi Sea.
Point Hope (Alaska)
Documentary films.