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It drips in

Everyone talks about the weather. The commitment that is conveyed through books, films and television programs has again placed the world's climate problems in people's consciousness.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

[climate] 15 years ago, many families in the Nunavik villages in Arctic Canada were pleased to have their own houses and new, beautiful roads. Today some of the houses are totally destroyed. Others have so far only been skewed. The roads are broken up and almost inoperable.

Both houses and roads were built on the permafrost. Now it melts as a direct consequence of climate change. Thus, buildings and roads disappear into the ground.

In the town of Kuujjuaq in Nunavik, where just a few years ago, people spent huge resources on keeping houses warm, many today have air-conditioning systems installed.

- What we see in the Arctic is. . .

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