The good news: there's been a first ever commercial cargo transport through the Northwest Passage.
The bad news: because we're fucked:
The company informed the coast guard, which put an icebreaker on standby.
"They were ready to be there for us if we called them, but I didn't see one cube of ice," he said.
"They were informed about our presence [and] they were ready to give us the support needed. However, since there was no ice whatsoever, the service was not needed, we didn't call for it."
Then some lovely "CAN'T HEAR YOU, CAN'T HEAR YOU, LA LA LA LA" comments underneath. George Non-Bio today (in a marvellous critique of David Bellamy and those who suddenly pay attention to global temperatures when they say what they want them to say) says energy firms have full-time folk to comment on stories like this. Don't know if they're them, but they're a teensy bit daft, failing to notice the words 'commercial cargo' in the story.