I don't mean to harp on the Arctic ice melt. I don't. But literally every day it gets worse. At some point soon it's supposed to start re-freezing, but that hasn't happened yet.
The ice loss is a fascinating, terrifying marker of how global warming is advancing -- and the ice loss can itself make warming worse. There are a ton of great resources to track what's happening with Arctic ice levels. Call it iceporn, if you will. And consider this post your Penthouse.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has a number of cameras near the North Pole. This is a timelapse from one, beginning on June 30 and running until August 12. Keep an eye on the black-and-white poles that you'll see; they measure the depth of the ice cover.
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