"The Arctic will retain its power to amaze for a long time. Yet it is now changing beyond the usual regional and annual variations in sea-ice formation, glacier melt and so forth. The Arctic is clearly melting. Its floating ice cap is shrinking and thinning and its glaciers are retreating. By the end of this century, maybe much sooner, there will be frequent Arctic summers with almost no sea...
Climate Change Reconsidered: 2011 Interim Report
"The Heartland Institute is pleased to partner once again with the Science and Environmental Policy Project and the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change on a report that makes a serious contribution to the global debate over the causes and consequences of climate change.
Events since our last collaboration, the publication of Climate Change Reconsidered in 2009 (hereafter NIPCC-1), have made this new report necessary while also making the earlier report look prescient. This foreword briefly recaps how the global warming debate has changed in just the past two years."
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