A recent study
has shown that Arctic Sea ice could disappear entirely by the
summer of 2045. Less than 30 years away, this date is far sooner
than other models have predicted, which places our planet in dire
need of reform. The reason this date is closer than previously
thought is because of a breakthrough in how CO2 and sea ice loss
relate to each other.
For the first time ever, scientists have been able to calculate a simple linear relationship between a persons carbon dioxideemissions and the amount of ice that is shrunk by the rising temperatures. The two scientists, one from Germany and the other from Colorado, discovered that every metric ton of CO2 released into the atmosphere yields a three square meter loss of summer Arctic Sea
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