SDG 13: Climate Action

Antarctica has benefitted from extraordinary global cooperation. Are its days numbered?

Without hitting ambitious targets at COP26, Antarctica will significantly disrupt global systems. Image: Steven Chown

Steven Chown

Professor of Biological Sciences, Monash University


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Antarctic sea ice concentration for September 2020 and February 2021, with the median extent for each month (1981-2010) outlined in yellow. Image: The Earth Observatory

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