Greenpeace investigates Arctic climate change





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Published on Sep 29, 2009

Campaigner Frida Bengtsson reports from the Arctic where Greenpeace has been investigating the impacts of climate change on a three month ship tour through the region.

Comments • 31

Matt Bartholomew
Great news, I've just fixed the air con on my BMW M5 so now I can join the fight against global warming by driving with the air con on full power to counter balance any global warming its 3.6L engine makes.
postponement will never be the right way , we hope to understand it soon
Thanks dear bighitter42, there is nothing about religions. my comment was a simple observation, based on the concept that any problem is always better to solve it as soon as possible and no postponement.
Ar Qiu
"it just a matter of will.."
save the world? Dont trust the media who would be able to "wake up" the people. get a MEGAPHONE! and SHOUT OUT LOUD what happens! -in small and BIG CITIES! THE RESISTANCE IS GROWING! London: youtube/user/cveitch
its NOT too late!
Global warming:-the con of man
, , ubuibiok
It's too Late...Money needs to be spent to Desalinate the World Oceans and massive microscopic De-plastic filtration of all it's sea's and Tributaries . The pollution that is already in the water will continue to absorb solar radiation, worm the Oceans and continue the ice melt.
Jonathan Merrill
I trust Greenpeace to keep their eye on the Arctic and do what they can to protect it.
John X
Just remember folks that there is NO definitive evidence that the current temp rises are the result of human industry. All climate change data older than 300 years or so is based on the ice core data. Most of this ice is still in storage awaiting future testing. The current data from the ice cores has 500 year holes in it where we have no climate data because they only cut a small piece off a meter long core and test it. Then they put the ice back in a tube for future testing. A meter of ice can represent 500 years of climate data. So then they plot a nice graph with a point every 500 to 1000 years up until the last 1000 years or so then we have temp and gas measurements from 1950 onwards for every day of every year. These graphs are presented as evidence and govt's all around the world are basing their economic decisions on this manipulation of the data. We will not know the truth until every cm of these ice cores are tested. But in the meantime the scientists have ensured their financial futures.
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