Icy Island Warms to Climate Change

















In few parts of the world is climate change more real—and personal—than here. The Arctic is feeling the globe’s fastest warming. At a science station in the ice-covered interior of Greenland, average winter temperatures rose nearly 11 degrees Fahrenheit from 1991 to 2003. Winters are shorter, ice is melting, and fish and animals are on the move.—Icy Island Warms to Climate Change