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on 8 August 2015

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Meltdown
Kinjal Dave


The World Super Power Lajnik
Citations
"Glaciation." BBC News. BBC, n.d. Web. 08 June 2015.
(1)
The Wall Disguises
World Over Ice
"There's more to the North Pole than just snow and Santa. Ever since it was discovered by Robert E. Peary, Matthew Henson, and four Eskimo companions back in 1909, the North Pole has been a place of international intrigue — did you know several countries are now fighting over vast underground oil reserves in the Arctic Circle?"
(1)
Conforti, Kaeli. "10 Things You Never Knew about the North Pole." TODAY.com. NBC News, 22 Dec. 2012. Web. 08 June 2015.
(2)
"30 percent of the world's untapped oil reserves are located in the Arctic Circle? The U.S. Geological Survey says that amount could actually be higher, since so much of the region has yet to be explored. Complicating matters is the fact that multiple countries lay claim to the Arctic Circle — Russia, Canada, Norway, Denmark (via Greenland), and the United States (via Alaska). Each country is allowed to explore potential oil reserves within 200 miles of their coastlines, but in 2007, Russia used a mini-submarine to plant the country's flag on the floor of the Arctic Ocean in an attempt to claim the region and its natural resources, a move that was rejected by the U.N. as the countries continue to work toward a solution. "
(2)
Exploitation
"the Arctic holds 13 percent of the world’s oil reserves and 30 percent of its natural gas. There are also significant coal and iron ore deposits. As the ice retreats, new fishing zones are opening up, and—most importantly—so are shipping routes that trim thousands of miles off voyages, saving enormous amounts of time and money. Expanding trade will stimulate shipbuilding, the opening of new ports, and economic growth, especially in East Asia."
(3)
Hallinan, Conn. "The Big Chill: Tensions in the Arctic - FPIF." Foreign Policy In Focus. Foreign Policy In Focus, 13 Nov. 2014. Web. 08 June 2015.

(3)
The Story Follows
Anaba- a teenage girl who has been caught questioning the government
Kiah- a middle aged woman who works at the Wall after being kidnapped
Fio- a teen escapee from the wall
Percy- rebellious son of the president, Ms. Kane
KJ- Single mother who is suffering, but follows Lajnik, and then begins organizing revolution after her kids disappear
Climax
Greenland is unwalled and begins to melt causing more coastal and island flooding creating anger towards government
Will a new wall be built or will
Lajnik's citizens overthrow their
greedy government?
ENDING
Government Greed
"Unethical corporate behavior is blamed for water pollution, air pollution
, major bankruptcies, low wages, global warming, product safety problems, skin cancer, and cultural ennui."

(4)
Bradley, Edmond S. "The Problem of Corporate Greed."
Mises Institute. Mises Institute, 14 Nov. 2003. Web. 09 June 2015. <https://mises.org/library/problem-corporate-greed>.

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