Here’s How Much CO2 Will Make the Arctic Ice-Free

Andrea Thompson, Climate Central

Apr 23, 2021

Two months of a home's electricity use bereave about 30 square feet of Arctic sea ice. By Andrea Thompson, Climate Central

According to a recent study, two months of a home's electricity use bereave about 30 square feet of Arctic sea ice. This is equivalent to one metric ton of carbon dioxide emission.


The problem of the carbon emission is basically it increases the global temperature. Arctic sea ice melts as global temperature rises, therefore the Arctic's living land shrinks. Most of people know that global warming causes melting of sea ice, but they don't realize that it is also related to their usage of electricity. The more electricity is consumed, the more carbon dioxide is emitted.


Of course, we cannot live without the electricity. However, if we reduce our electricity usage in each household, we will be able to preserve quite large Arctic land collectively. Savings of 5-15% of electricity in home will bring great results if they participate together globally.


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