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Paul Homewood's polar report:
'Arctic sea ice extent, while low this year, is running well above the record low in 2012.'
'Arctic temperatures are not “rising twice as fast as the global average”. Indeed they have nor risen at all since 2004, and current temperatures are similar to those in the 1930s and 40s.'
'Greenland's growth in the ice sheet this year has been virtually in line with 1981-2010 mean, following one of the shortest melt seasons in recent years'
NOAA reported in 2019 that 'Greenland’s outlet glaciers have barely shrunk at all in the last eight years'
Antarctic 'sea ice extent is expanding well above the mean as it approaches its maximum extent'