Klimapsykosen: Mens vi fokuserer på små klimaofre, forsvinder dyr og planter omkring os

A picture taken on October 31, 2018 shows polar bears feeding at a garbage dump near the village of Belushya Guba, on the remote Russian northern Novaya Zemlya archipelago, a tightly-controlled military area where a village declared a state of emergency in February after dozens of bears were seen entering homes and public buildings. - Scientists say conflicts with ice-dependent polar bears will increase in the future due to Arctic ice melting and a rise of human presence in the area as Moscow bolsters economic and military activity in the Arctic. An "invasion" of aggressive polar bears in inhabited areas of Arctic Russia occured for around ten days in February 2019 after the animals came to the area looking for food. Polar bears are affected by global warming with melting Arctic ice forcing them to spend more time on land where they compete for food. (Photo by Alexander GRIR / AFP) Fold sammen
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