Sunday, 18 September 2011

Arctic Sea Ice Melt Grave: Greenpeace


Greenpeace says the second largest Arctic sea ice melt in recorded history has grave implications for wildlife like polar bears, and the planet as a whole.

The US-based National Snow and Ice Data Centre says the scale of the retreat is behind only 2007's record melt.

Greenpeace says it's a clear signal of how climate change is causing the rapid shrinking of the Arctic sea ice cap.

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