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The Arctic Ocean is expected to become ice-free in the summer months by 2040, according to a report released this week by the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program, a working group of the Arctic Council.

The Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program also issued a report warning about a new generation of chemicals that are making their way into the Arctic’s water and air.

Norway’s Statoil is set to begin drilling for oil in the Barents Sea, which is believed to be home to half of the country’s remaining oil reserves.

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