Melt could cost trillions
Pipelines, roads, buildings threatened by extreme temperature swings in Arctic
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A meltdown in northern Canada is endangering pipelines, roads and buildings — including C$5 trillion worth of aging infrastructure — if climate change continues unabated in the decades ahead, says a report by an independent federal advisory panel.
Softening permafrost and rising temperatures mean b....
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Report has recommendations
Cuts undermine monitoring
Arctic sea ice all but gone
Multiyear ice at 19 percent
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