The Arctic will lose its ice curtain in the next 10 years

The Arctic Ocean is expected to lose its ice sheet during the summer months, and this will happen within the next 10 years.

This is stated in the report on the state of the ice environment, published by a group of scientists on the eve of the 27th UN Conference on Climate Change.

Experts believe that the rapid disappearance of ice will accelerate the process of global warming, as the ice-free Arctic Ocean will begin to absorb heat.

The report indicates that the Arctic is now warming 4 times faster than other regions of the world, and record heat waves from Antarctica could cause catastrophic consequences for the Earth’s coastal regions.

And the British newspaper The Guardian quotes University of Massachusetts professor Julie Brigham Greta: “There is nothing we can do about this phenomenon because our previous steps were wrong when we allowed the glacier system to warm up.”

It is reported that German climatologist Johann Rockström earlier in an interview with the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung hypothesized that due to rising temperatures, mass migration from some regions of the Earth will begin. He did not rule out that these territories would turn into uninhabited lands.

Source: Russian newspaper