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UN Chief Speaks From Antarctica Ahead of Global Climate Summit

KING GEORGE ISLAND, ANTARCTICA — On the eve of international climate talks, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres visited globally important Antarctica, where ice that's been frozen for millions of years is melting because of human-caused climate change, to send the message that "we absolutely need to act immediately."
"What happens in Antarctica doesn't stay in Antarctica," Guterres said. In addition to reflecting lots of sunlight away from the Earth,Antarctica regulates the planet's climate because its ice and cold waters drive major ocean currents. When massive amounts of ice melt, it raises sea levels and changes things like salinity and the habitats of ocean animals.
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  • George Kariuki

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    Time is running out. We must act now to address climate change. The future of our planet depends on it.

    • walter lungayi

      20 w

      It's great to see the UN Chief speaking from Antarctica, highlighting the urgency of addressing climate change at the global climate summit. This sends a strong message about the importance of protecting our planet and taking action to combat climate change.

      • Gorffly mokua

        20 w

        Lets hope we will see more actual actions, after this.

      • Rotich Kim

        20 w

        We need more actions sir to transform this idea into a better thing

        • Munene Mugambi

          20 w

          What is the UN's grand plan to solve climate crisis Mr Sec Gen?

          Welcome, let's solve the climate crisis together
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