The permafrost — the frozen ground that covers the top of the world has been melting for three decades. This is cause for concern beyond the far north. Not only will this release methane trapped under the ice, but it will also release carbon. Together these two factors alone could significantly raise global temperatures.
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Melting Arctic Ice is Releasing Massive Amounts of Methane
Natural Gas is Not Clean Energy
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Debunking CO2 Myths and The Science of Climate Change
Primer on CO2 and Other GHGs
The Safe Upper Limit of Atmospheric Carbon is 350 PPM
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