Will the melting of Arctic and Antarctic ice release more trapped GHGs into the atmosphere? And if so, when?



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    According to the Earth Policy Institute, scientists believe that there could be an ice-free summertime in the Arctic in 2037, while other scientists believe it could happen as early as 2015. The thawing of the Arctic tundra is slowly releasing the GHG methane, which is increasing the climate in nearby Greenland. Below is a thorough article on the issue. 

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