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The extent of the sea ice in the Arctic reached a new record low in September 2012. Climate change is melting the sea ice in the region at a rate much faster than estimated by earlier projections. ...
defrost them at least every six months. Even better – replace them with new models, which have automatic defrost cycles and are generally up to twice more energy-efficient.
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