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Inuit Claim Rejected

Those with longer memories may remember some hue and cry just over a year ago when various Inuit communities joined with environmental groups to claim their rights were being violated by global warming.  Those with a good sense of the absurd may remember that one of the pieces of evidence advanced for the claim that their ancient way of life was in danger was that, erm, their snowmobiles were dropping through the ice.  Now the Organization of American States has dismissed the claim:

The agency told the Inuit Circumpolar Conference, which represents 150,000 people in northern Alaska, Canada, Russia and Greenland, that there was insufficient evidence of harm.

Another Inconvenient Truth for climate alarmism…

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