Trouble in the Ice Caps

Recent reports on the Arctic indicate that trouble might be brewing there. The melting of the Arctic Sea for this year did not reach the same level as 2012, but things still don’t look good. Experts say that the ice has reached the sixth thinnest level since they first started measuring it. This means that trouble is still up ahead.

According to an article from iomtoday.co.im, “But on Thursday of last week, a coalition of leading scientists warned of the growing body of evidence linking the melting Arctic sea ice with worsening summer heat waves, and other extreme weather the world over.”

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