Climate Change Affecting Ice Sculpture In Alaska

December 4, 2012

FAIRBANKS, ALASKA — Frigid cold in Interior Alaska is taking a toll on North Pole’s Christmas in Ice event.

Temperatures of 40 below zero are hampering artists trying to craft their ice masterpieces. They are having to deal with broken tools and snapped electrical cords. Even some of the exhibits are reacting negatively to the cold.

FAIRBANKS, Alaska: Cold snap hampers ice carvers in Interior Alaska | State News |


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5 Responses to Climate Change Affecting Ice Sculpture In Alaska

  1. Justa Joe says:

    Canary in the coal mine

  2. gator69 says:

    I cannot believe in this day and age, that we still allow the wanton harvest of ice. 97% of all scientists agree that Alaskan ice is endangered, and in jeopardy of disappearing altogether. Spare a cube and save the Arctic!

  3. Billy Liar says:

    Broken tools, eh? Perhaps they shouldn’t leave their tools out in the cold.

  4. Andy DC says:

    That missing ice cube from the August Arctic blizzard, that alarmists got so hot and bothered about, has sure made a huge difference!

  5. F. Guimaraes says:

    Temperatures have been lowering since the beginning of the century in AK, but they call it a “cold snap”.

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