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Humans Are Running Out Of Time

RUNNING OUTOF TIME The National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) released preliminary findings suggesting that on Sept. 16, Arctic ice covered just 1.32 million square miles -- the lowest extent ever recorded. MINIMUM ICE EXTENT 2.59 MILLION SQUARE MILES 1.32 MILLION SQUARE MILES 2000000 1600000 1200000 800000 400000 1979 to 2000 average 2012 THIS YEAR'SMINIMUM IS BELOW THE 1979 TO 2000 AVERAGE Humans are "really running out of time" to prevent atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations from reaching levels that would precipitate runaway climate change. The final irony is we're at the first moment in human history where we're able to see what's going on ... the question is whether we're going to do anything about it AND 18% BELOW 2007 THE BIG MELT 1979 2012 WHAT TO DO ABOUTIT Carbon fee must be high enough 80% to keep 80 percent of known fossil fuel reserves in the ground There's a huge gap between what is understood by the scientific community and what is known by the public unfortunately, that gap is not being closed, and what happens in the arctic does not stay there created by; SOURCES- NSIDCHTTP://NSIDC.ORG/ ARCTICSEAICENEWS/ 350.0RG FOUNDER BILL MCKIBBEN infolicious .co

Humans Are Running Out Of Time

shared by infolicious on Sep 20
This infolicious is based off the newly released statistics by the NSIDC showing the arctic minimum ice levels are at record lows, and in fact, the last 6 years have shown a steady decline. What are ...



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