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Arctic's melting permafrost will cost nearly $70 trillion, study finds

Climate change policy is not keeping pace with the reality of the situation. Image: REUTERS/Dmitry Solovyov

Jake Johnson

Staff Writer, Common Dreams

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Graph showing Global mean surface temperature (GMST) anomalies that predict melting permafrost Image: Nature

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