“Arctic On Thin Ice As Earth Heats Up.” Australian [National, Australia] 23 Aug. 2012:10. Gale Opposing Viewoints In Context. Web. 4 Oct. 2012.
This article, for me, was essential in proving that arctic ice heating up is a problem. It gives me evidence that I can use to prove to disbelievers of global warming and their effects that in time places such as the poles could indeed end up with a complete change in climate and scenery. It not only tells of climate problems of the future but that of the present which helps to prove that it already is a bigger problem than most people expected. All-in-all, this article portrays to readers the effects of a warmer world on the arctic. The Australian is Australia’s only broadsheet newspaper and is led by highly credible and experience journalists.
Koiurova, Timo, Adam Stepien, and Henna Tervo. “Polar Indigenous People Are Threatened By Climate Change.” The North and South Poles. Ed. Diane Andrews Henningfeld. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2010. Opposing Viewpoints. Rpt. From “Indigenous People.” Arctic Transform. 2008. Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 4 Oct. 2012.
This article provides me with something that I can use in my research paper that doesn’t only look at the effects of climate change on the polar region as an environmental problem, but as a social one as well. It portrays what would happen to the inhabitants of these people and therefore eventually to us as this problem grows. Arctic Transform is funded by the European Commission (DG External Relations) and is being led by four institutes: Ecologic (Germany; project lead), the Arctic Centre (Finland), the Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea (Netherlands), and the Heinz Center (USA).
Rohrer, Jurg. “Global Warming Will Have Severe Effects on the Environment in All Regions of the World.” Global Warming. Ed. Debra A. Miller. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2008. Current Controversies. Rpt. From “Effects of Global Warming by...
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