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

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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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