Under certain circumstances oil drilling can be justified in wildlife refuges.The key is being as careful as possible.The drilling should avoid the actual wildlife at all costs and should be planned where migration is not happening.The level of drilling should also be carefully planned so as not to interfere with habitats.
In my data each week 2 hundred tons of pollution is added to the atmosphere.Also why can't people just use solar power so we don't make pollution either way we have to make people stop smoking,using cars,and other stuff that make pollution. People relay have to stop before more pollution is added.
Because a lot of things can be messed up if it doesnt go right.Maybe things might be going wroung if they drill to far to where it might make a very very very big oil spill.It doesnt matter if that is not what might not happen it matter for what does happen
I do not believe that oil drilling in wildlife refuges is ever justified because the refuges were created to stop things like that from happening in the first place. The should be a safe haven for wildlife and nothing that is harmful to the wildlife or the wildlife's environment should occur there. Drilling in wildlife refuges is a step down a slippery slope that could lead to the complete destruction of them.