Rainer and Wetter Arctic

Everyday life in the Arctic is defined by the cold and the frozen conditions during the year. However, the hunt, the freedom to travel and many such activities are getting affected due to the warming up of the Arctic.

The Arctic, in present times, is getting more rain than before since the precipitation is rising. The experts explain multiple reasons for the rising temperatures in the Arctic across all seasons, thus, shifting the same. Rapid warming up of the Arctic requires cooperation and building resilience that helps reduce some risks, thus, reducing the global GHG emissions from the entire planet. Read more

News Credit: Popular Science

Image Credit: Some of the Arctic headlines of 2022 are discussed in the Arctic Report Card.

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