Claim: Arctic may have ice-free summers by 2050

Scientists studying Arctic sea ice say ice-free summers could be on the horizon sooner than many expected.

Taken together, the range among the multiple approaches still suggests that it is very likely that the timing for future sea ice loss will be within the first half of the 21st century, with a possibility of major loss within a decade or two, the authors say.

Read more at Deutsche Welle.

4 thoughts on “Claim: Arctic may have ice-free summers by 2050”

  1. You mean the “in 5 years” predictions that are somewhere between 4 and 7 years old? Is someone keeping a list of all these predictions?

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