Melting Permafrost To Have $70 Trillion Impact, Study Finds

Without greater action to prevent global warming, melting arctic permafrost could cause $70 trillion in economic damages between now and 2300, according to a study published in Nature Communications. What do you think?

“I thought the whole reason we named it permafrost was to make sure it never melted.”

Eric Swift • Kiosk Architect

“Thankfully, ‘damage’ really doesn’t sound as bad when you put ‘economic’ in front of it.”

Zaine Sloan • Paperwork Reviewer

“Christ, the permafrost is never going to turn a profit, is it?”

Joanna Pope • Tag Cutter

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