Arctic sea ice hits 10th-lowest on record, NASA warns of abrupt breakdown. Read here
The Arctic sea ice in 2022 is the 10th-lowest since scientists have been maintaining satellite records of the changes happening on the planet's poles.
NASA has informed that the ice melting and growth in the earth's poles during this year's wintertime extent is the 10th-lowest in the satellite record maintained. This comes as global warming and climate change surges recording an almost daily rise in maximum temperatures globally.