Point-Counterpoint: Offshore Drilling
Updated on 4/26/2013
From The Falconer Elmira High School Elmira, OR
Is offshore drilling good or bad for America? You decide!
John Kasich Shuts Down Gas Drilling Due To Earthquakes
Updated on 1/4/2012
From The Paw Print Bath High School Lima, OH
In Columbus, Ohio, earthquakes threaten gas drilling areas.
Drilling Mr. Henderson
Updated on 9/27/2011
From Defender News Bryan Station High School Lexington, KY
Jasmin has a Q & A session with our new principal!
Gasoline Drilling Holes in Wallets
Updated on 3/29/2011
From The Scratching Post Washington High School Princess Anne, MD
Something has got to be done about this! There aren’t many things that can be done about it. The only question is will gas prices go up or down? What are we going to do when they do go up? What if th
Change in America's oil industry - Obama’s Oil Drilling Plan
Updated on 3/7/2011
From The Patriot Liberty Charter School Nampa, ID
President Obama recently proposed a plan to open vast expanses of American coastlines to drilling for oil and natural gas. The plan would allow drilling on the Atlantic coastline, the Gulf of Mexico,
Pollution or protection: Marcellus Shale Coalition continues drilling for energy resources
Updated on 3/2/2011
From The Panther Franklin Regional Senior High School Murrysville, PA
Debate continues to rage on about the Marcellus Shale Coalition’s drilling ordinances in Pittsburgh.
Environment North Carolina leads opposition to offshore drilling at Outer Banks
Updated on 6/22/2010
From Duke Youth Voice Duke University Young Writers' Camp Durham, NC
With the issue of oil and environmentally safe energy becoming of greater concern to American citizens and politicians alike, one North Carolina organization is trying to send a clear message to the U
Drilling for Scotch?
Updated on 11/17/2009
From The Wildcat Livingston Academy Livingston, TN
A beverage company plans for a drill team to recover bottles of 100 year old scotch frozen in Antarctica.
Offshore drilling will strike destruction, not oil
Updated on 5/8/2009
From The Hawkeye Newtown High School Sandy Hook, CT
Why don’t we just drill for oil in Alaska? Why are we still paying these high gas prices when we have access to our own oil? If the media was effectively informing the public, these questions should b
Drilling oil in the forest
Updated on 2/11/2009
From Cranberry Tribunal Press Cranberry Area High School Seneca, PA
The U.S Forest service’s regional Milwaukee has taken over the reviews for access to oil and gas reserves applications. The reserves under the PA Allegheny National Forest, once done by
Is offshore drilling the answer?
Updated on 11/14/2008
From ECHO Trinity High School Louisville, KY
Let’s face it, you can’t go anywhere today without hearing about gas prices and how they are affecting consumers. Plenty of Trinity students are feeling the pain at the pump. While people want answers
Presidential candidates focus on off-shore drilling
Updated on 10/31/2008
From The Mustang Express Sunrise Mountain High School Peoria, AZ
Off-shore drilling stirs up political debates.
Is oil drilling in wildlife areas really the answer?
Updated on 9/18/2008
From News of Washington (NOW) Washington High School Sioux Falls, SD
Every time I flip on the news, I hear about drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). Now that Congress has agreed to lift the ban on offshore drilling, this pristine wilderness is at st
Drilling controversy: Offshore oil drilling debates create turmoil
Updated on 11/30/2006
From Nighthawk News First Flight High School Kill Devil Hills, NC
The view from oceanfront homes may change drastically in the future, and the results of last week’s election could determine if the House and Senate come to an agreement on offshore oil drilling legis
Yin (oil) or Yang (wildlife)?: Reserve drilling not worth the sacrifices
Updated on 5/9/2006
From The General Idea Sheridan High School Thornville, OH
The National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, or NPRA, holds the largest piece of wilderness that is unprotected in the nation. It holds half a million caribou, hundreds of grizzlies and wolves, and so many
ANWR Open for Drilling
Updated on 4/1/2005
From The Electric Buzz Utah's Electronic High School Salt Lake City, UT
This month, Bush’s plan to drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska got one step closer to becoming a reality. The bill, which calls for oil exploration in the refuge, was stoppe
Drilling Under Discussion
Updated on 11/13/2003
From Sound to Sea Manteo High School Manteo, NC
About 45 miles off The Point on Hatteras Island, is an underground sea world of diverse marine organisms that includes endangered sea animals and thousands of different types of fish. In addition to t