The sleeping giant that can define the future of the planet – Darwinian

The temperature of permafrost has increased in the last half century, in some regions registering an increase of 3 ° C in less than a decade, while in others the temperature remains stable. The process is fast and irreversible due to the feedback of its carbon cycle, and can have consequences not only in ecosystems, but in the emergence of new epidemics. In view of this, coordinated global actions are needed, mainly by industrial nations, to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases, in order to avoid an environmental collapse even in that century.

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