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Annual report card is bad state of the northern polar ice: painful news for polar bears, walrus and reindeer
Environment little more than thirty years old, and thickest arctic ice with a whopping 95 percent shrunk, due to high temperatures in the northern polar region. This is apparent from the annual report of the National Administration for Oceans and Atmosphere (NOAA). And that is not only bad news for the polar bears, reindeer and walruses, but also the pace of global warming is greatly increased.

Scientists worldwide have joined all the twelve year in a row, the forces for the state of the north Pole and the Arctic ice to follow. The ‘Arctic Report Card’ is the result. And that report usually brings no good news. the

2017 was last year voted the second hottest year since the beginning of the measurements in 1900. This was the year that warmterecord again broken. 2018 punch 2017 second 2016 remains the warmest year for the northern polar region. And the warmest five years have, of course, from 2014 to 2018. the

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