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Published: Friday 27 September, 2013

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The council met to consider a new scientific report suggesting the Arctic is warming up much faster than the rest of the planet. rejection of the Kyoto Protocol, which requires industrial nations to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. The Bush administration prefers voluntary measures to protect the environment.

We no sooner leave the science proper than we enter into politics, said Bryndis Kjartansdottir, speaking on behalf of the Icelandic ministry that chaired the oneday meeting.

The study, compiled by 300 scientists, said the Arctic is particularly vulnerable to warming from industrial greenhouse gases. One reason is that when snow and ice melt, the exposed, bare ground absorbs more heat.

It project fashion shop s that some animals could become extinct and people living in the region could be threatened.

Sea ice in the Arctic has already decreased about 8 percent in 30 years, resulting in the loss of 386,100 square miles of sea ice, according to the report.

Delegates said the findings will help inform fashion shop governments about global warming but declined to make any specific recommendations in a declaration adopted yesterday.

When Finnish Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja said, It is the best possi fashion shop ble declaration that could be adopted today, other delegates exploded in laughter. fashion shop