The selective and sanctimonious lecturing from the climate change nut jobs probably won't include this Arctic update which comes to us from the National Snow and Ice Centre.
They have issued an update describing winter sea ice conditions in the Arctic Ocean.
"Arctic sea ice reached its maximum extent for the year on March 31 at 15.25 million square kilometers (5.89 million square miles). This was the latest date for the maximum Arctic sea ice extent since the start of the satellite record in 1979."
They go on to say, "Although the Arctic has much less thick, multiyear ice than it did during the 1980s and 1990s, this winter has seen some replenishment: the Arctic lost less ice the past two summers compared to 2007, and the strong negative Arctic Oscillation this winter prevented as much ice from moving out of the Arctic. The larger amount of multiyear could help more ice to survive the summer melt season."
Bet they mostly won't be sharing that or anything else that questions their born again approach to science and reality.