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Last week, Greenland lost an estimated 2 billion tons of ice in a single day—an unusually large melt for the middle of June, researchers said. Greenland's "melting season" began a month earlier than usual this year, and “all signs seem to be pointing to a large melt season,” said James Mote, a research scientist. While such a sudden spike in melting is not unprecedented, he said, "we've seen a sequence of these large melt seasons, starting in 2007, that would have been unprecedented earlier in the record." Until the people in the government realize that Climate Change will one day destroy out Earth, stories like these will become more and more common. Climate Change affects everyone -- the poor, middle-class, and wealthy. The problem is that the ones who have the largest impact on our environment refuse to accept this fact. With off-shore drilling and the distribution of not - environmentally safe products, It's time for the government to step in.
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