TreeHugger Radio: Claiming the Arctic Floor, Sled Dogs on Thin Ice, and the Price of Carbon Cuts



This week is all about climate change and its myriad ripple effects. Melting Arctic ice has opened up an international controversy over deep-sea land rights, and Russia will now make a bold move by planting its flag 14,000 feet below the surface. New research also has found more evidence for human-caused rain and draught abnormalities, while Hungary endures a devastating heat wave and England is wracked by floods. Also, American leaders of big business make a call for action, and the EPA crunches the numbers on the economic price of carbon cuts. Subscribe to TreeHugger Radio on iTunes or listen/right click to download. ::TreeHugger Radio

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