August 6, 2011
US Climate scientist has told that the Arctic will be practically ice-free during the summer within thirty years. By the rate the ice cover is decreasing, the estimate looks highly possible.
The climate change in that time can bring some good as well as bad changes in the earth. While talking with CNN, Mark Serreze, the director of the National Snow and Ice Data Center told, "I’m a climate scientist, but I’m also a realist on this."
Read more in the CNN blog where, Serreze explains how "We will adapt, because we have to."