A few degrees of warming in the Arctic could trigger an abrupt thaw of the permafrost that makes up two-thirds of Russia’s landmass and a subsequent climate change feedback loop, a new study has said
Facebook's throttled my video! Crazily, Facebook lets activists at "Climate Feedback” censor. It’s shocking how UNFAIR their “fact check” process can be. Here their scientists tell me they hadn’t even watched my video!
Climate change is like a snowball effect, except, well, hot. Why it matters: Like a snowball begins small and grows larger by building upon itself, numerous feedback loops embedded in our atmosphere and society are exacerbating climate change.
The pandemic "provides feedback on a daily basis of what happens when you ignore science," said atmospheric scientist Katharine Hayhoe. Will that make people more willing to heed climate experts?
As the Arctic warms, researchers are spending a year at the North Pole trying to understand the myriad complexities of ice-powered climate feedback loops.
The Arctic hits 100 degree temperatures, so fires spread and cause even more carbon emissions and climate change. It's a feedback loop of the kind scientists have long warned about. by @SominiSengupta