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In the last 30 years 75% percent of sea ice has disappeared.

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Greenpeace - Save the ArcticClimate change effects us all
Climate change is effecting all parts of the planet, the arctic is warming twice the rate as the rest of the planet.

Greenpeace - Save the ArcticProtect the polar bears
The Arctic is home to incredible wildlife, from majestic polar bears to fierce walruses and mysterious narwhals. But all Arctic species depend on sea ice to survive, and the ice is vanishing with terrifying speed.

Greenpeace - Save the ArcticStop oil spills
Support for our campaign has led to Shell abandoning their plans to drill in the Arctic. Stop other reckless companies that could still exploit the fragile Arctic.

Greenpeace - Save the ArcticDo it for the sea life
While we don't know exactly how the retreating ice will affect fish populations, scientists and policy makers anticipate that as the ice melts, the commercial fishing industry will move in, accessing ice free areas they previously couldn't.

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Greenpeace - Save the Arctic

Greenpeace - Save the Arctic is a global campaign to protect the fragile Arctic from reckless oil drilling and industrial fishing, and to preserve it from exploitation forever.

Support for our campaign has led to Shell abandoning their plans to drill in the Arctic. But unless we push for permanent protection now, other companies could still exploit it. The next stage is to ask world leaders to create a global sanctuary in the uninhabited area around the North Pole, and a ban on all oil drilling and industrial fishing in Arctic waters. Share the petition with family and friends to help the movement gather pace!

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