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Greenpeace Arctic Investigations. Intel, news & insight on the (oil) dynamics in/around the melting Arctic. Got info? Mail at aow@greenpeace.org or DM us.
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GP Arctic Watch Feb 21
Last year oil production at 's Goliat platform was almost halved due to multiple errors, defects and orders to stop from the regulator. This led to NOK 5.9 billion in reduced revenues for 2017.
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Ezra Klein Feb 19
Scariest sentences I've read today: “The Arctic is going through the most unprecedented transition in human history. This year’s observations confirm that the Arctic shows no signs of returning to the reliably frozen state it was in just a decade ago.”
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Zack Labe Feb 19
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Already 43 days of new record low sea ice extent so far this year [JAXA AMSR2 satellite]. Despite the strange backlash from the previous graph, the data is not going away.
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Zack Labe Feb 19
So it goes - yet another anomalous winter in the . Total sea ice extent remains at a record low (satellite era) and nearly 1.5 million km^2 below average [ data]
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Rolling Stone Feb 16
Earlier this week, sea ice fell to its lowest level since human civilization began over 12,000 years ago
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The Barents Observer Feb 15
What should Russia do to get its environmental policies right? Read interview with Greenpeace Russia's Vladimir Chuprov (via , )
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Climate Home News Feb 12
Timelapse video: shipping first as LNG tanker crosses Arctic in winter without icebreaker escort
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GRID-Arendal Feb 12
New map on in the Arctic environment and how it gets there, both from local and global sources of plastic waste. Story by and . Map by :
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Guardian Environment Feb 13
Melting ice sheets are hastening sea level rise, satellite data confirms
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Melissa Hogenboom BBC Feb 8
30 tonnes of plastic in just one year - in the once pristine Arctic 😖
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Offshore Tech Focus Feb 8
. urges Norwegian court to scrap Arctic licences
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Zack Labe Feb 6
New month, same story... Variability/loss of January sea ice thickness and volume. 2018 consistent with the long-term decreasing trend. Graphics/info:
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Arctic Sea Ice News Feb 6
sea ice extent for January 2018 is currently the lowest for the month in the satellite record. The linear rate of decline for the month is 3.3 % per decade.
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High North News Feb 6
Greenpeace Norway and Young Friends of the Earth Norway appeal the recent Oslo District Court verdict in the 'climate lawsuit' directly to the Supreme Court.
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Climate Home News Feb 5
Green groups plan to take their bid to block Arctic oil exploration licences to Norway’s supreme court:
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alister doyle Feb 5
appeals after losing Norwegian drilling lawsuit
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Greenpeace Norge Feb 5
Together with we appeal the judgement in the climate courtcase in Norway. Read the press release
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Science Magazine Feb 1
Melting sea ice in the Arctic is making it increasingly difficult for polar bears to sustain their high-energy diet. Read the research:
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Pedro da Costa Jan 30
Dear polar bears, we regret to inform you...
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Michael Byers Jan 30
"If a dilbit spill cannot be safely and effectively cleaned up, the new B.C. regulations may prevent [] from turning the taps on, even if it's able to complete construction."
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