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North Pole rowing quest success due to climate change

Two adventurers who completed a challenge to row to the magnetic North Pole have said their journey was only possible because of climate change.

Speaking to the BBC live from the North Pole, explorer Jock Wishart and round-the-world cyclist Mark Beaumont said the melting of the ice cap enabled them to complete their challenge.

  • 31 Aug 2011
  • From the section UK
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