the idea girl says
On Oct 29, 2015 I blogged several ideas for our leaders in Canada to bring to the tables of
the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference
NASA data on the changes from 1970’s till 2015 on the Arctic SEA ice shelf
NASA | Arctic Sea Ice Sets New Record Winter Low
Arctic sea ice has reached its peak winter extent for the year, and it’s the lowest winter maximum on record.
global great ocean conveyor belt circulation between warm cold arctic sea ice dumps into North Atlantic Climate change
Above: A global ocean circulation between deep, colder water and warmer, surface water strongly influences regional climates around the world. Image courtesy Argonne National Laboratory. [More]
Some scientists worry that melting Arctic sea ice will dump enough freshwater into the North Atlantic to interfere with sea currents. Some freshwater would come from the ice-melt itself, but the main contributor would be increased rain and snow in the region. Retreating ice cover exposes more of the ocean surface, allowing more moisture to evaporate into the atmosphere and leading to more precipitation.
In 2015 we’ve seen an alarming change in our climate.
our jet streams splintered into two, due to this climatic change that’s happening with the Arctic Ice.
Scientists predicted global warming effects for years , no one took them seriously enough and now we have a major problem as of September 2015, the ice cannot change back to the way it’s supposed to be, according to scientists.
SUBJECT: Arctic meltdown: a catastrophic threat to our survival
AMEG calls for rapid refreezing of the Arctic to halt runaway melting
WHO: John Nissen, Chair AMEG, supported by Professor Peter Wadhams, Cambridge University, co-founder of AMEG and world-renowned expert on Arctic sea ice, with Paul Beckwith, AMEG blogger.
ur conclusions are:
• The meltdown is accelerating and could become unstoppable as early as Sept 2015
• Immediate action must be taken to refreeze the Arctic to halt runaway melting
• Greenhouse gas emissions reduction, however drastic, cannot solve this problem
• Calculations show that powerful interventions are needed to cool the Arctic
• Any delay escalates the risk of failure
• Arctic meltdown is a catastrophic threat for civilisation.
AMEG therefore calls for the immediate setting up of a task force, specifically mandated to ensure that the Arctic is cooled as quickly and safely as possible.
Contact: John Nissen, Chairman, AMEG, email@example.com
There is strong evidence of advanced acceleration in:
• Arctic warming and sea ice decline in a vicious cycle
• Substantial ice loss in Greenland with potential massive loss due to unstable glaciers
• Disruption of jet stream behaviour, with abrupt climate change leading to crop failures, rising food prices and conflict in the Northern Hemisphere
• Rapid emissions of methane from the Arctic seabed, permafrost and tundra.
The tipping point for the Arctic sea ice has already passed.
the idea girl says
On Oct 29, 2015 i blogged some ideas on how to deal with the methane gas that’s being released into Earth’s Atmosphere, and damaging all the above concerns.
we’ve seen them begin to happen in 2015.
I am glad the UN is having a conference to deal with this November 2015.
read the ideas here: