Arctic Rising

September 2012
Greenpeace Update;Fall2012, p2
The article focuses on the strategies of the Greenpeace, a non-governmental environmental organization, for protecting a global sanctuary in the Arctic region. It informs that the Arctic Ocean is at threat from climate change, oil drilling and extensive fishing. It is emphasized that the Ocean needs protection from the changing climatic condition. It is suggested to the girls and young women to be in center of the policy and program to ensure environment's future.


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