Open water at the North Pole…Save or Sink the Arctic?

View here below with attention the image taken on the 22 July 2013 by Washington university webcams at the North Pole.  The Arctic pack-ice seems to melt in a critical way as we can spot already at this time of the year some unusual areas of open water at the North Pole!

“Save or Sink the Arctic remains the crucial question for each one of us”  It’s up to us to do something about it … to act locally,  to speak about it at home, to involve all our friends, our school mates, our colleagues…and create worldwide a “chain of solidarity towards Arctic & Human conservation”.


Where is my ice, folks? Please help us to save the Arctic!


Join us all with all your friends on Arctic 4 Ever Facebook Fan Page – click here >> –  in order to show the world how much the Arctic and its wonders are essential to protect ….and/or join a local “green” association  or any international organization like Greenpeace which is actively protecting the Arctic via its incredible campaign called “Save the Arctic”.   


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If you wish to follow the evolution of the North Pole pack-ice, the  North Pole web cams deployed by the University of Washington and images are available from the North Pole Environmental Observatory website for Web Cam 1 and Web Cam 2 

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