Photo courtesy of Mr. Ramon Terrado of ArcticNet
02.09.11 Update: In January, 2011, the area of Arctic sea ice coverage was at its smallest since satellite records began–1.27 million sq km less than the 1979-2000 average.
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The Polar Explorer–The Official COP16 Film by award-winning documentary filmmaker Mark Terry–premieres March 15,2011 at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC. It’s a film you won’t want to miss.
What is COP16? The sixteenth Conference of the Parties (COP) as part of The United Nations Climate Change Conference which took place in Cancun, Mexico, 29 November to 10 December 2010..
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