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Issue 424

Jess Worth talks about the NI magazine on the Arctic with Climate Radio.

Listen to the two part special on the Arctic via the Climate Radio website.

Arctic Special - part one

Arctic Special - part two

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Part one (26mb mp3)

Part two (27mb mp3)

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This article was originally published in issue 424

New Internationalist Magazine issue 424
Issue 424

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