Antarctic ice: going, going, gone?
IT was January 2008 and I was on the back deck of HMS Endurance, wearing a full-body survival suit and eager for the short helicopter ride that would take me onto Antarctic ice for the first time. The ship was travelling through the channel that divides James Ross Island from the Antarctic Peninsula – a trip that would have been impossible not so long ago.
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