Arctic Sea Ice at All-time Low

With a few weeks still left in the summer melt season, the extent of sea ice covering the Arctic Ocean has reached a new record low. Arctic sea ice plays a critical role in regulating our global climate by reflecting sunlight back into space and keeping the polar region cool. The continued loss of summer sea ice in the Arctic threatens to further destabilize the climate.
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