Although this is in The Age, it actually comes from Agence France-Presse (AFP), which has to be the most moonbattish news agency on the planet. It doesn’t excuse The Age, however, which mindlessly regurgitates it all:
Countries around the Arctic must commit to curbing climate change to ensure the survival of the polar bear, Norway’s environment minister said on Tuesday as an international meeting opened on the species’ fate.
Do they honestly think that the emissions of Arctic countries will make any difference to the Arctic climate? If you believe that reducing emissions will stop climate change, it’s the US and China you should be looking to.
With the mercury rising ever higher, as many as two thirds of the 20-25,000 polar bears that roam the Arctic could disappear by the middle of this century, according to a recent estimate from the US Geological Survey.
Rising ever higher – like this you mean?
All of which allows me to post my favourite picture once again:
(Thanks to Theo Spark)
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