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Vol. 15, No. 7 Week of February 14, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Melt faster than ‘pessimistic models’

Pew study says cost of Arctic meltdown could reach US$2.4 trillion; second study, headed by University of Manitoba’s David Barber, finds Canadian sea ice could be gone in 3 years

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

Two more scientific reports have added to the sound of alarm bells in the Arctic with the results being presented to the world’s most powerful finance ministers and bank heads who met in Canada’s Nunavut Territory Feb. 5 and 6. A study prepared for the Pew Environment Group said the global cost of a....

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Pew study estimates cost

Melt happening faster


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