Sea change: How keeping Antarctica frozen could save the world
Far as it may be from humanity, Antarctica regulates the global climate. Its fate is intertwined with the rest of the world, especially for small island states like Singapore. The Straits Times, which visited the icy continent a year ago, explores how helping it stay frozen could keep global sea levels from rising too quickly.
Nov 7, 2020, 6:00 pm SGT
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