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Arctic Sea Ice Extent, January through May 2017

From Pole to Pole, Melting Beyond the Interdecile Range

Scientists at the National Snow and Ice Data Center have been following the extent of sea ice in the Arctic and Antarctic for many decades now, long enough to establish a long-term baseline for the years 1981-2010 and then to compare current ice conditions to

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Ryan Zinke Ammunition Policy Poisons Hunters

When Ryan Zinke was appointed as Secretary of the Interior, one of the first things he did was sign an order destroying a ban on the use of ammunition containing lead in national wildlife refuges. Lead ammunition kills millions of wild animals every year –

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?

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