10 Reasons Why Global Warming is Good

8. Northwest Passage


The Northwest passage is a long envisioned trade route through Canada’s polar region, which has been impossible due to arctic ice. Currently, many of world’s largest shipping vessels have to sail around the tip of South Africa because they are too large to pass through the Panama Canal. The Northwest passage would make the journey between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans considerably shorter, benefiting trade and commerce.

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