Breaking: Antarctica might raise sea levels more than we thought

Published On: July 6, 2024

The West Antarctic is currently chucking a load of ice into the ocean, adding rapidly to sea levels.

And now, three new scientific studies have shown that the ice sheets may be more sensitive to warming than previously thought.

These new findings could revise our sea level rise estimates upwards. I spoke to Dr Alex Bradley, who was involved in two of these new studies, about what this means, and why it doesn’t mean we should give up on climate action.


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