What is the paradox of increasing Antarctic sea ice really telling us?

The (slight) turnaround in Antarctic sea ice is providing fodder for those wishing to cast doubt on climate science, but the phenomenon is more likely reaffirming that climate change is real and that we are contributing to it.

The Conversation

This year could well see a new record set for the extent of Antarctic sea ice – hot on the heels of last year’s record, which in turn is part of a puzzling 33-year trend in increasing sea ice around Antarctica.

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