We interviewed Alun Hubbard from the Arctic University of Norway

SUBJECT:
The April snow falling on fruit blossoms in Europe early April may be directly connected to the loss of the sea ice in the Barents Sea in the Arctic. This was not the first time in recent years that a sudden and unexpected cold spell - known as 'Beast from the East' – stroke parts of Europe. Snow storms relating to global warming? This needs an explanation. Listen to professor Alun Hubbard from The Arctic University of Norway.

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Interviews: Julia Kenul and Juliëtte van Til. Editing: New Energy TV

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