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Archive for October, 2011 :

Arctic Will Become ‘More Of A Mediterranean Than A Frozen Border’
October 21st, 2011

The Arctic was once out of reach to anyone but intrepid explorers. Today it’s a natural resource battle ground.


Marine Protection in the Arctic Cannot Wait
October 12th, 2011

Global economics, not declining sea ice, is driving ships to the Arctic Ocean. Only international regulation will protect the region, says Lawson Brigham.


Unprecedented Ozone Hole Opens Over Canadian Arctic
October 3rd, 2011

The discovery of the “unprecedented” hole comes as the Canadian government is moving to cut its ozone monitoring network.



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