Twelve years ago, the New York Times announced the “Endless Summer” and said “It goes hand in hand with polar bears dying in the Arctic as the sea ice shrinks.”
The New York Times endless summer looks more like a long-term deep freeze.
There has been no trend in Arctic sea ice extent since the New York Times wrote that article.
Polar bear populations are larger than they were 40 years ago.
Nothing in the New York Times article had anything to do with reality. But why should it it be different than any of their other reporting?