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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Rebuilt Federation of Making Catgirls Real (elected )

Founder: The Christmas Polar Bear of Bilabao

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Most Devout: 408th Largest Retail Industry: 435th Fattest Citizens: 542nd+18
Largest Soda Pop Sector: 544th Highest Disposable Incomes: 870th Most Valuable International Artwork: 877th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 896th Highest Unexpected Death Rate: 914th Most Corrupt Governments: 988th Most Politically Apathetic Citizens: 1,065th Lowest Overall Tax Burden: 1,119th Highest Economic Output: 1,238th Nudest: 1,348th Largest Black Market: 1,458th Most Nations: 1,850th Most Avoided: 1,853rd Largest Insurance Industry: 1,872nd Largest Mining Sector: 1,879th Most Influential: 2,205th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 2,400th Largest Information Technology Sector: 2,662nd
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---Welcome to THE ARCTIC---
At 90 degrees latitude all directions are south.
LinkThe Arctic, an ancient ecosystem is disappearing before our eyes. Disruptive heat related impacts driven by unrelenting human caused climate change are happening throughout the Polar North. Rain was seen for the first time on the 10,000 foot summit of the Greenland ice cap.


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:*_\ /_*: . . . We were the featured region on January 28, 2017 and on May 11, 2021.
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Now playing on The Arctic radio, K-ICY: . LinkTerje Isungset ~ LinkOcean Memories


Embassies: Arctic, Christmas, Guinea Kiribati, and Fjord.

Tags: Casual, Eco-Friendly, Featured, and Small.

The Arctic contains 9 nations, the 1,850th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Wealthy Incomes in The Arctic

The World Census studied the spending power of the richest 10% of citizens in each nation.

As a region, The Arctic is ranked 2,400th in the world for Highest Wealthy Incomes.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Corporate Theocracy of The Merry ChristmasCompulsory Consumerist State“Santa is Watching”
2.The Rebuilt Federation of Making Catgirls RealFather Knows Best State“We will not forget what happened to get where we are!”
3.The Meteorological Office of VandrelMoralistic Democracy“Ambassador from Arctic”
4.The Republic of ErloaneNew York Times Democracy“We Will Endure”
5.The Protectorate of WalrussusIron Fist Consumerists“Cold enough for ya?”
6.The Bannorn of KasathNew York Times Democracy“Strength Through Freedom”
7.The Federation of Finlan SoundLiberal Democratic Socialists“No official motto”
8.The Fleet Feet of The nationstates fleaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Hop. Hop. Hop.”
9.The Christmas Polar Bear of BilabaoIron Fist Socialists“Adventure is just bad planning”

Regional Happenings

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The Arctic Regional Message Board

Taking a look at Arctic over the coming week and the average daytime maximum temperature will be around -4C, with a high for the week of 1C expected on the afternoon of Tuesday 15th. The mean minimum temperature will be -11C, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Saturday 12th at -23C. Expect the next week to have mostly dry days although Thursday is likely to see a little snow. It looks like Thursday will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 2.0mm. On the whole winds are likely to be strong. The strongest wind will be felt on Friday morning, coming from a westerly direction, and reaching around 42mph.

Taking a look at The Arctic over the coming week and the average daytime maximum temperature will be around -10C, with a high for the week of -5C expected on the morning of Monday 21st. The mean minimum temperature will be -17C, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Wednesday 23rd at -20C. Expect the coming week to have most days seeing a little snow. Predictions are Sunday will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 2.0mm. On the whole winds are likely to be fresh. Expect the strongest wind on Monday evening, coming from a north easterly direction, and reaching around 38mph.

The outlook for The Arctic in the week ahead

The average daytime maximum temperature will be around -11C, with a high for the week of -9C expected on the morning of Saturday 2nd. The mean minimum temperature will be -19C, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Friday 1st at -21C. Expect the next week to remain predominantly dry. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

As of now we're 103rd in Uranium, 116th in Electronics and 138th in Patriotic flags.

Erloane wrote:As of now we're 103rd in Uranium, 116th in Electronics and 138th in Patriotic flags.

It seems impossible to beat the large regions even if they are puppets they still have a large stock of items to stash

Vandrel wrote:It seems impossible to beat the large regions even if they are puppets they still have a large stock of items to stash

Yeah. But at least we can have a little bit of fun.

Long range weather outlook for The Arctic includes 14 day forecast summary:

The next 14 day outlook for Cruise Arctic Circle shows the average daytime maximum temperature will be around -13C, with a high for the two weeks of -11C expected on the afternoon of Friday 15th. The mean minimum temperature will be -19C, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Thursday 14th at -22C. Expect the coming 14 days to remain predominantly dry. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate

Bilabao, Making Catgirls Real, Erloane, and Artic federation

The forecast for The Arctic in the coming week

The average daytime maximum temperature will be around -11C, with a high for the week of -7C expected on the afternoon of Friday 29th. The mean minimum temperature will be -21C, dipping to its lowest on the evening of Monday 25th at -26C. The week will have mostly dry days although Wednesday is likely to see a little snow. It looks like Wednesday will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 1.0mm. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

For The Arctic in the coming week

The average daytime maximum temperature will be around -8C, with a high for the week of -6C expected on the afternoon of Friday 13th. The mean minimum temperature will be -13C, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Sunday 8th at -16C. Expect the coming week to have mixed overhead conditions with some days dry and some seeing a significant amount of snow. Predictions are Sunday 8th will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 7.0mm. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate. The forecast suggests the strongest wind will be on Sunday morning, coming from a northerly direction, and reaching around 26mph. However, the maximum wind gusts are forecast for Monday morning.

THE ARCTIC NEWS

Climate change: Lapland reindeer gone astray in search for food

Herders in Lapland are struggling to locate thousands of reindeer that have run away after warm weather left the food they graze on covered by a layer of ice.

Some reindeer have travelled as far as 100km to the south, in search of ice-free lichen they can access under the snow.

Herders are having to track them through the forests of northern Finland and Sweden, some even using helicopters.

Scientists say the Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the world as a result of climate change - though new research suggests that could be an underestimate.

The layer of ice is said to form when an early snowfall melts, or is followed by rain, creating wet snow, which then freezes to a hard layer of ice when temperatures drop.

"Reindeer cannot dig the ice as it is hard and so they move away in search of ground where there is just snow that they can remove easily and eat up the lichen below," a senior scientist with Finland's Natural Resources Institute says.

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