Image520265g (CBS) The year-round ice in the Arctic Sea could be gone by the end of the century, say National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientists.

A NASA study finds that perennial sea ice in the Arctic is melting faster than previously thought, at a rate of 9 percent per decade. At that rate, the Arctic's "perennial sea ice" could disappear in a few more decades.

Friends, we must do something about this. As my shero Dr. Dorothy Height told me recently, "the worst problem is not admitting there is a problem."  Read the complete story here, share and spread the word.  We cannot do without a PLANET friends.

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