And from all the interviews that they done and we can go back to what did they find out. Well it just proved what we knew already. The ice is getting thinner every year. There's no question about it. You should go onto their site and check it out. Our culture has a long history of passing information on via oral communication. So what UAF is doing is very cool. I suggest checking out their website and maybe lending them a helping hand. They said next month they'll be looking for someone to fly a drone in Kotzebue to take footage of the sound.
Project Jukebox's website
In the May 18th edition of The Arctic Sounder there was a story about when The Arctic Nations met up with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
At that meeting Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Elisabeth Wallstorm cited that the economic costs of climate change is 90 trillion dollars!
And many other voiced their concern for a warmer climate. Here's Rex Tillerson's response to them:
"You should know we are taking the time to understand your concerns. We're not going to rush to make a decision. We're going to make the right decision for The United States."
The right decision for The United States... What does that mean? Maybe to him that means opening up ANWR for oil exploration. Maybe it's protecting his besom buddies in Exxon from scientists.
That's right The Republican Congress is opening up scientists to be sued by corporations that poison our environment. If you ask their priorities are backwards. Why should they be allowed to sue? It was decided to Kialina didn't have the right to sue Exxon for all the damage they had done.
So what's everyone else doing? China and India are trying to hold their end of the deal of the 2015 Paris Agreement.
Something needs to be done.