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A new study from the University of Cambridge has revealed that the trapped methane gas in the arctic could speed up climate change, and in effect, cost the global economy $60 trillion in the coming decades. Pretty scary considering the value of the global economy was $70 trillion just last year.
Methane is a greenhouse gas usually trapped as methane hydrate beneath the seabed, and as temperatures rise the methane hydrate breaks down and dissolves into the sea. If the methane escapes the surface of the sea and into the atmosphere, it could speed up climate change, melting the Earth's ice sheet in Greenland at an accelerated rate.
For the past decade, we have seen record-setting temperatures, turning the North Pole into a giant lake.
To read more information on this study, visit this article by the Huffington Post: