Created 09/17/2012 - 8 months ago
While the retreat of ice in Canadian Arctic may be good for those searching for the lost ships of Sir John Franklin, it may not necessarily be good for the planet.
Wake-up governments! The arctic ice has shrunk by half. #scary #cdnpoli #climatechange http://t.co/b6vwnbEU
RT @hamiltonarrows: @carolepope Arctic ice disappearance should be 'wake-up call' Total volume has diminished by almost half since 2004 ...
RT @innovationca: According to research @umanitoba #arctic ice disappearance should be 'wake-up call' http://t.co/6uKJsuXZ #climatechange
So, when are we going to start doing something about this never ending problem?? http://t.co/p3wbQV7Q
RT @Vandahmier: RT @WindfallCentre Arctic ice disappearance should be 'wake-up call' #Arctic #ice #ClimateChange http://t.co/MsECaw7w ht ...
What's good news for the Franklin search isn't good news for the planet. From the #Arctic: http://t.co/YJqDRvJD
A much more rapid response to the build-up of CO2 should be a wake-up call to the public and to policy-makers. http://t.co/XGP5bals
RT @FoE_Canada: Unprecedented #Arctic ice disappearance should be "wake-up call." http://t.co/0TTh78Vn (via @CBCNews) #cdnpoli #climatec ...
Arctic ice disappearance should be 'wake-up call' via @CBCNews #climate #energy #reality http://t.co/wJD09sc5