Antarctic ice melt due to climate change might not be as bad as initially thought - Dr. Rob DeConto featured in The Atlantic

A boat floats in Neko Harbour, Antarctica, in February 2018.  Alexandre Meneghini / Reuters

Dr. Rob DeConto is featured in this article in The Atlantic: Antarctic ice melt due to climate change might not be as bad as initially thought, but may still contribute about 1 foot of sea level rise by the year 2100. Read more...

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