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Record ice melting in the Arctic region threatens wildlife

Ice in the Arctic region is melting more every year. The latest evidence suggests this year's summer ice cover will be the smallest on record, and climate change is to blame. The heating of the earth's atmosphere is melting the ice from above, but it's now also under attack from below as water temperatures rise. The change threatens a dramatic and irreversible transformation for the region's wildlife. Simon McGregor-Wood reports. Climate Change 👉http://trt.world/ClimateChange #ClimateChange #TheArctic #IceMelting

Climate Change: Rising sea levels threaten Pakistan's coast

Climate Change: Rising sea levels threaten Pakistan's coast

Russia Remote Village: Vanishing ice increasing village's isolation

Russia Remote Village: Vanishing ice increasing village's isolation

The climate crisis could wipe out polar bears by 2100

The climate crisis could wipe out polar bears by 2100

Is it too late to reverse climate change? Taha Meli Arvas explains, In Brief.

Is it too late to reverse climate change? Taha Meli Arvas explains, In Brief.

Puppies keep crime on short leash

Puppies keep crime on short leash

Najib Mikat looks set to become designated prime minister

Najib Mikat looks set to become designated prime minister

US military interpreters could be stranded in Afghanistan

US military interpreters could be stranded in Afghanistan

California's largest fire torches homes

California's largest fire torches homes

Protest movement against Brazil's Bolsonaro grows

Protest movement against Brazil's Bolsonaro grows

Radio plays key role in spreading Covid awareness in rural India

Radio plays key role in spreading Covid awareness in rural India

Refugee team of 29 athletes to compete under Olympic flag

Refugee team of 29 athletes to compete under Olympic flag

TRNC Foreign Minister talks on Maras reopening and reactions to it

TRNC Foreign Minister talks on Maras reopening and reactions to it

Battle to save Europe's oldest lake

Battle to save Europe's oldest lake

Heavy rains trigger landslides, at least 136 people died

Heavy rains trigger landslides, at least 136 people died

How Covid-19 has changed the Tokyo Olympics

How Covid-19 has changed the Tokyo Olympics

Ayasofya marks one year since reverting to mosque

Ayasofya marks one year since reverting to mosque

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