One Planet: What Are The Consequences Of The Arctic's Rising Temperatures?
On this edition of Your Call’s One Planet Series, we are discussing the impacts of the climate crisis on the Arctic's rising temperatures. A town in Siberia recently soared to more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit. If that measurement is verified, it would be the highest temperature ever recorded above the Arctic Circle.
According to the UN Weather Agency, the Arctic is heating at roughly twice the global average. What are the consequences of the Arctic's rising temperatures.?
Greg Henry, professor in the Department of Geography at the University of British Columbia
Dr. Ted Scambos, senior research scientist at the National Snow and Ice Data Center at the University of Colorado in Boulder
Reuters: Arctic tundra hotter, boosts global warming: expert
The Washington Post: Unusual warmth pours over North Pole, potentially jump-starting melt season for Arctic ice
The Guardian: The end of the Arctic as we know it
InsideClimate News: Global Warming Is Pushing Arctic Toward ‘Unprecedented State,’ Research Shows
National Geographic: Warming at the poles will soon be felt globally in rising seas, extreme weather
New Yorker: A Disastrous Summer in the Arctic