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The iconic Arctic animals can’t reduce their energy output enough to compensate when summer ice melt diminishes their food supply, new data suggest.
The development community knows that it can’t ignore climate effects and sustainability while trying to improve the lives of the poor, but it needs interdisciplinary scientific input on how to do it.

A decade-long record of nearly all of Greenland’s major glaciers suggests that Earth’s sea levels may not rise as dramatically over the next century as some studies have predicted as ice from those glaciers melts or calves off into the sea.