Apparently, Scandinavia Didn’t Get the “Climate Change” Memo

Around 50 ships, including large ferries carrying thousands of passengers, have become stuck in ice on the Baltic Sea.

The above quote from Al Jazeera.

“They got caught outside the archipelago, where there is moving  ice. It’s hard to navigate,” Johny Lindvall of the Swedish Maritime Administration’s ice breaker unit said, adding that he had not seen a situation with so many ships stuck at once since the mid-1980s.


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