Earth Care Awards 2022 by times of India

Due to rising temperatures, the Arctic Ocean may become fully ice-free each summer by 2050. According to USA Today, a study conducted by McGill University in Montreal concluded that climate change might have "devastating effects for the Arctic ecology" by 2050. According to the study, how often the Arctic loses its sea ice cover in the future is determined by carbon dioxide emissions. Ice-free years will only occur on rare occasions if emissions are rapidly decreased. The Arctic Ocean will become ice-free in most years as emissions rise. Visit us –
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