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Disappearing Arctic Sea Ice, a global climate crisis indicator

"What happens in the Arctic does not stay in the Arctic".
The Arctic is the barometer of global climate change and things aren't looking good. The Arctic sea ice area has drastically reduced by approximately 40% since the 1980s, with current ice levels at the smallest size in at least 1,000 years. Summer sea ice in the Arctic could nearly vanish by the 2030s, much earlier than previously projected. Arctic sea ice loss is directly tied to global CO2 emissions, making it imperative to address carbon emissions worldwide.

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The science communication platform Arctic Basecamp has launched its latest scientific online tool and accompanying data visualizations, dedicated to enhancing public understanding of the critical role of Arctic sea ice. This tool allows the audience to explore how Greenhouse Gases across the globe are directly contributing to ice melt.
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This groundbreaking online tool showcases the loss of Arctic sea ice based on the user's relevant location, developed in collaboration with Earthrise Media and ClimateTRACE data. The online tool and visualizations provide an easily accessible means to grasp the ongoing changes in the Arctic.
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  • bonke reinhard

    47 w

    More action is need arctic ecosystem

    • Munene Mugambi

      47 w

      The arctic ecosystem has to be preserved

      • Sarah Chabane

        47 w

        @munene_mugambi yes, it is a vital ecosystem for the planet

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