Arctic sea ice regrowth is unprecedentedly eff ‘d: Part 1/2

Arctic sea ice regrowth is eff ‘d this year; in reality is really dreadful. As the ice level, specified as areas with a minimum of 15% ice attempts to broaden through sea water freezing; it is melted out by incredibly high sea surface area temperature levels. The cooled surface area water blends through wave action with warmer water down to as much as 200 meters and the warm mixes at the surface area continue the procedure of sea ice melting. Without strong ice regrowth, we will reach the state we are visiting. Particularly, no sea ice.

We need to break this vicious circle, by stating an international environment emergency situation, and carrying out the three-legged-stool option set.