Arctic Ice Impacts Everyone

Did You Know?

The oldest and thickest ice in the Arctic has declined by a scary 95% and still declining.

Sea level has risen by about 7 to 8 inches since the beginning of 1900s and it’s still getting worse. 

Rising Sea Levels 

Endanger coastal cities & smaller islands by increasing coastal flooding and storm surges. 

Flooding

It's Getting Hot

heat waves caused by ice loss are already causing damage to crops on which global food systems depend on, so higher food prices.

Less Ice = Less Wildlife

Less Ice means we could lose some if its wildlife like, polar bears, walruses, arctic foxes, snowy owls, reindeer to name a few.

Permafrost

Arctic ice stores a large amounts of methane, a greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. When it thaws more methane increasing the rate of global warming.

Let's Act Now!

If you really want to make change happen, you will find ways for it. Educate others about how climate change is occurring and affecting our planet.

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